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  • n. a shed for storing tools


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  • They lied and stole and smoked cigars (even the girls) and talked dirty and hit little kids and cussed their teachers and took the name of the Lord in vain and set fire to Fred Shoemaker's old broken-down toolhouse.

    Susan Madrak: Hey, Unto You A Child Is Born!

  • β€œAnd I remember the dog chained up in the yard, and the dead snakes hanging in the toolhouse.”

    Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf

  • I got a spade from the toolhouse, and began to delve with all my might β€” it scraped the coffin; I fell to work with my hands; the wood commenced cracking about the screws; I was on the point of attaining my object, when it seemed that I heard a sigh from some one above, close at the edge of the grave, and bending down.

    Wuthering Heights

  • The gatherers returned their gloves to the toolhouse.

    Destiny's Road

  • Jemmy had thought they'd wait in the toolhouse, where it was dry.

    Destiny's Road

  • The corner of his eye caught motion, way upRoad around the toolhouse.

    Destiny's Road

  • It looked like all the teens and twenties of Twerdahl Town were swarming toward the toolhouse.

    Destiny's Road

  • None of them moved, not even Shimon, until "Andrew" took the handles on the high-wheeled cart and pushed it toward the toolhouse.

    Destiny's Road

  • He could see the toolhouse, the last building upRoad.

    Destiny's Road

  • He waved, and Jemmy saw the toolhouse, like the short arm of an L built onto the barracks building.

    Destiny's Road


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