iron ride
 n.— «Industry officials say this type of entertainment attraction-with video screens, flashing lights and popular rock music-is quickly replacing costly iron and steel rides. “They can get more bang for their buck with things like these,” said Harmon, the consultant. “I’m not sure the big iron ride makes sense anymore.”» —“Two New Disneyland Attractions Will Be Months Late” by Bruce Horovitz Los Angeles Times Mar. 25, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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