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  • n. Plural form of toolshed.


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  • How many squirrels do you know that built rocket ships and flew them to the moon, built whirlybirds that run on coconut milk, or have a secret army of robots in their toolsheds?

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  • When the little people downsize into their toolsheds, it's not long before they start getting reacquainted with their pitchforks.

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  • In the title piece of Steven Millhauser's collection of new and selected stories, "We Others" Knopf, 387 pages, $27.95 , the "we" refers to phantoms who infiltrate picket-fenced suburbia—becoming "the companions of lawn mowers in toolsheds, of gas grills beside tarp-covered woodpiles"—and who try in vain to join the lives of the people who live there.

    Of Bouquets, Suburbs and 'Urth'

  • In mild weather teams of oxen dragged the bounteous cargo away from the docks to be stored in basements and toolsheds; when the snows arrived horse-drawn sleighs did the toting.


  • Another restrictive device was found by rummaging about in the toolsheds of the old common law.

    A History of American Law

  • Amid the bean vines and tomato plants stand sculptures, shrines, and toolsheds, all on land the gardeners claimed after buildings had been demolished.

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  • He built toolsheds, barns, and additions to the house.

    Plain Language

  • Use a flashlight to peer into gullies and drains, parked cars, and toolsheds.

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  • After looking over the last details of the toolsheds and henneries we were riding home under the over-arching elms down Bran Lane.

    Andivius Hedulio Adventures of a Roman Nobleman in the Days of the Empire

  • Charles Samuel got one of the wooden homes, which look like big toolsheds with a concrete foundation, plywood walls and a corrugated metal roof.



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