Iron-sick



[ahy-ern-sik] /ˈaɪ ərnˌsɪk/

adjective, Nautical.
1.
noting a wooden hull, fastened with iron, in which chemical interaction between the iron and the wood has resulted in the decay of both; nail-sick.

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