Definitions

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  • noun A wooden box
  • noun A box used for the storage of wood

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Camp rule: Shoot a doe for every buck and keep the woodbox full.

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  • Camp rule: Shoot a doe for every buck and keep the woodbox full.

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  • Claire gets up and walks to a dark corner of the kitchen while Jory crouches by the woodstove crumpling paper into balls and sorting through the woodbox for smaller pieces.

    Healer

  • Di said she was out when she woke up, and I finally found her in my woodbox.

    Feline Update

  • The woman, as she moved from the woodbox to the fire ring, was an angry obsidian blur.

    Vermilion Drift

  • For decades the U.S. Forest Service sold off so much of its timber that the forest became known as "the woodbox of the Mountain West."

    Saving The Tall Timber

  • It was up to me to see that the woodbox in the kitchen was never empty and fill the reservoir on the side of the stove.

    'Later Novels and Stories'

  • Furthermore, they said, when Ellward remained restless in the bedroom, Shea had gone upstairs and likely hit the older man with "a clift of whitling [split of wood]" he had taken from the woodbox.

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  • Blaze chopped it and carried it, filling the kitchen woodbox four and five times a day.

    Blaze

  • I noticed that the woodbox next to the kitchen stove was nearly empty and asked if I couldn't fill it for her.

    Angel With No Hands

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