Word: METAL

The word METAL has appeared in at least 307 clues on different crosswords.

METAL definition(s):

• Crushed rock, stones etc. used to make a road.

• Molten glass that is to be blown or moulded to form objects

• (astronomy) Any element other than hydrogen and helium, or sometimes other than hydrogen.

• The substance that constitutes something or someone; matter; hence, character or temper; mettle.

• (heraldry) A light tincture used in a coat of arms, specifically argent and or.

• Any of a number of chemical elements in the periodic table that form a metallic bond with other metal atoms; generally shiny, somewhat malleable and hard, often a conductor of heat and electricity.

• Any material with similar physical properties, such as an alloy.

• Characterized by strong drum-beats and distorted guitars. <1970s and after>

• Having the emotional or social characteristics associated with metal music; brash, bold, frank, unyielding, etc.

• The actual airline operating a flight, rather than any of the codeshare operators.

• A light tincture used in a coat of arms, specifically argent and or.

• cover with metal

• (music) A category of rock music encompassing a number of genres (including thrash metal, death metal, heavy metal, etc.) categorised by strong, fast drum-beats and distorted guitars.

• any of several chemical elements that are usually shiny solids that conduct heat or electricity and can be formed into sheets etc.

• A category of rock music encompassing a number of genres (including thrash metal, death metal, heavy metal, etc.) characterized by strong drum-beats and distorted guitars.

• a mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten; "brass is an alloy of zinc and copper"

• An opaque crystalline material usually of high strength with good electrical and thermal conductivities, ductility and reflectivity.

• To make a road using crushed rock, stones etc.

• The effective power or calibre of guns carried by a vessel of war.

• atomic element or material made of such atoms

• Molten glass that is to be blown or moulded to form objects.

Chemical elements or alloys, and the mines where their ores come from.

• The rails of a railway.

Clue(s)
"""Full --- Jacket"" (1987)"
"""Full ___ Jacket"" (1987)"
"""Heavy"" genre"
"""Heavy"" music"
"""Heavy"" music genre"
"""Put the pedal to the ___"""
'Heavy' rock genre
"Accept ""___ Heart"""
Actinium or rubidium
Airport detector activator
Airport detector exciter
Alloy
Alloy component
Almost any element whose name ends in -ium
Americium or europium
Anthrax's genre
Any of the transition elements
Bad stuff to microwave
Bismuth or arsenic
Bismuth or bullion
"Bismuth, e.g."
"Bismuth, for one"
Black Sabbath's genre
Blue
"Brass or lead, e.g."
Bronze or brass
Bullion
"Bullion, e.g."
"Bullion, for instance"
"Calcium, e.g."
"Calcium, for one"
Cast iron.
Change makeup
Cobalt or copper
Coin composition
Coin or can content
Composed type
"Composed type, in printing."
Conductive element
Conductive material
Conductive stuff
Conductive substance
Copper or chromium
Copper or cobalt
Copper or iron
"Copper, e.g."
"Copper, for one"
Death ___
Detector activator
Detector type
Detector's find
"Einsteinium, for one"
Electropositive element
Element of change?
Element on the left side of the periodic table
Element.
Erbium or cobalt
Found aluminum to be this! (5)
Founding need
Full ___ Jacket: movie
Gallium or thallium
"Genre featured on MTV's ""Headbangers Ball"""
Genre for Megadeth
Genre for Necrophagist and Cephalic Carnage
Genre of rock
Get a lode of this!
Goblin Cock's genre
Gold or copper
Gold or copper.
Gold or lead
Gold or platinum
Gold or silver
"Gold or silver, e.g."
Gold or silver.
Gold or zinc
Gold silver or copper
"Gold, bronze, or silver"
"Gold, e.g."
"Gold, for instance"
"Gold, silver, or bronze"
Gold.
Good conductor
Good conductor of electricity
Good conductor?
Great conductor
Hair ___
Hard material
Hard rock music
Headbanging music
Heavy ___
Heavy ___ (music style)
Heavy ___ (musical genre of Aussie rockers AC/DC)
Heavy ___ (rock genre)
Heavy ___ music
Heavy ___: music genre
Heavy genre
Heavy music
Heavy music?
Heavy or precious follower
Heavy rock
Heavy rock?
Homophone for mettle
"If heavy, it's loud"
In Flames genre
"In music, it can be heavy"
"In rock, it may be heavy"
Inorganic material.
"Iridium, e.g."
Iron or aluminum
"Iron or bronze, e.g."
Iron or copper
"Iron or copper, e.g."
Iron or gold
Iron or lead
Iron or steel
"Iron, e.g."
"Iron, for one"
Iron.
It can be heavy or precious
It may be forged
It may be forged or precious
It may be found in sheets
It may be heavy
It may be picked up in a bar
It may be precious
It's found in a foundry
Jingle maker?
Judas Priest's genre
Kind of detector
"Kubrick's ""Full ___ Jacket"""
Lead
Lead or zinc
"Lead, for example"
"Lead, for one"
Lead.
Like many golf woods
"Like most golf woods, nowadays"
Listing in the periodic table
Lithium is the lightest one known
Lithium or iridium
"Lithium, e.g."
"Lithium, for one"
Mastodon's genre
Megadeth's genre
Mercury
Mercury is one
Mercury or cobalt
"Mercury, but not Mars"
"Mercury, e.g."
"Mercury, for example"
"Mercury, for one"
"Mercury, for one."
"Mercury, say"
Meshuggah's music
Microwave's foil?
Microwave's nemesis
Mine product
Ministry's specialty
Mint need
"Molybdenum, for example."
"Monel, e.g."
Most of a Lincoln
Music genre
Musically this can be heavy
"Musically, it's heavy"
Nickel or cadmium
"Nickel, e.g."
"Nickel, for one."
Nickel.
No-no in a microwave
No-no in a microwave oven
One may be precious
Ore core
Ore yield
Osmium or rhodium
"Ozzy Osbourne's music, for short"
"Ozzy Osbourne's music, informally"
Ozzy's genre
"Palladium, e.g."
"Palladium, for one"
"Plate, for example."
Platinum or potassium
"Platinum, for example"
Printing type
Put the pedal to the ___
"Quiet Riot ""___ Health"""
Quonset hut material
Refinery output
Rhenium or rhodium
Rock and roll genre
Rock genre
"Rock genre, in slang"
"Rock genre, informally"
Rock music genre
Rock music subgenre
Rock variety
Rock's heavy ___
Rocker's heavy ___
"Scandium, for example"
Scrap yard material
Sheet ___
Silver
Silver or copper
Silver or gold
Silver or gold.
Silver or platinum
"Silver or platinum, e.g."
Silver or steel
Silver or tin
Slayer's expertise
Slayer's genre
Smith's medium
"Sodium, for one"
Something forged
Something to keep out of a microwave
Spinal Tap's genre
Steel.
Stuff in a mint
Substance.
This can be heavy
Tin or copper
Tin or copper.
Tin or titanium
Tin or tungsten
"Tin, for example"
"Tin, for one"
Titanium e.g.
Titanium or tin
Tool material.
Tungsten or mercury
"Tungsten, e.g."
Twisted Sister's music
Type of detector
Type that has been set
"Vanadium, for one"
What a detector may detect
What a detector may find
Word in many music genres
"Word with ""heavy"" or ""precious"""
Word with heavy or sheet
"Yttrium, e.g."
Zinc or zirconium
"Zinc, for one"
___ detector
___ detector (airport device)
___ detector (common sight at Canadian airports)
Iron or lead
Gold or silver
Cobalt or copper
Type of element
Mate upset large copper, say
Mercury or molybdenum
Tin or tungsten
Gold, eg
Copper, say, left after team played
Type of element
Copper, say, encountered a student
Copper, e.g.
Genre for Mötley Crüe
Type of element
Copper, say, encountered a student
Lead or zinc
Rock genre
Copper, e.g.
Iron or lead
Gold or silver
Mercury or gallium
Joined Mr Gore for a mineral
Time to tuck into food giving lead, perhaps ...
Tin or tungsten
Rock genre
Rock genre
It makes me talk endlessly _ usually a hard thing
Music genre word
Music genre word
One of the world's greatest conductors?
One of the world's greatest conductors?
Calcium, e.g.
Calcium, e.g.
Iron or lead
Iron or lead
Iron or lead
Iron or lead
Microwave no-no
Copper, e.g.
Copper, e.g.
For many on late turn, it can be heavy
For many on late turn, it can be heavy
Copper e.g.
Copper e.g.
"Heavy" music genre
Element
Titanium or tungsten
Iron or lead
Iron or lead
Zinc or zirconium
Type of element
Encountered a trainee copper, say
Iron, say
Ozzy Osbourne's music, for short
Copper, e.g.
Copper e.g.
Gold or tin
Iron or lead
Iron or lead
Nickel, but not dime
Type of detector