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  • noun Plural form of woodshed.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of woodshed..

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Examples

  • We looked everywhere, under tarps, in treehouses, behind woodsheds; in all the yards near our brownstone.

    Deadly

  • We looked everywhere, under tarps, in treehouses, behind woodsheds; in all the yards near our brownstone.

    Deadly

  • We looked everywhere, under tarps, in treehouses, behind woodsheds; in all the yards near our brownstone.

    Deadly

  • We looked everywhere, under tarps, in treehouses, behind woodsheds; in all the yards near our brownstone.

    Deadly

  • We looked everywhere, under tarps, in treehouses, behind woodsheds; in all the yards near our brownstone.

    Deadly

  • He still slept in his little room at Maria's, but the sight of his new clothes caused the neighborhood children to cease from calling him "hobo" and "tramp" from the roofs of woodsheds and over back fences.

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  • "Just watch out that you don't get taken to any woodsheds by the womenfolk there."

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  • Devotees of the genre will already be familiar with the MR James spinechiller and Saki's "Sredni Vashtar", which adds a new dimension to nasty things in woodsheds.

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  • Also, Norad has reported heavy traffic to woodsheds throughout the nation.

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  • DOBBS: And those aren't woodsheds out there on the ranch, are they?

    CNN Transcript Aug 4, 2003

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