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  • noun Plural form of workstead.

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Examples

  • Likewise, guides conducted virtual-reality tours of the world, walks through its important or beautiful sights, into worksteads and museums (?) and homes, nearly anywhere requested.

    Starfarers

  • She did yearn homeward-her cottage, jasmine and hibiscus fragrant along the porch, palms murmurous overhead, gravel and bamboo and beautiful stones around the longhouse, the sweep of its roofbeams challenging Paniau's peak in heaven, lanes and gardens where folk strolled easily and talked softly and someone plucked strings or blew into a flute-shops and ships by the docks, worksteads closing at day's end and machines that never rested, the cenotaph to those lost at sea, for a measure of daring went with being of the Lahui -

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • She did yearn homeward-her cottage, jasmine and hibiscus fragrant along the porch, palms murmurous overhead, gravel and bamboo and beautiful stones around the longhouse, the sweep of its roofbeams challenging Paniau's peak in heaven, lanes and gardens where folk strolled easily and talked softly and someone plucked strings or blew into a flute-shops and ships by the docks, worksteads closing at day's end and machines that never rested, the cenotaph to those lost at sea, for a measure of daring went with being of the Lahui -

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • The castle was a community in itself, homes, worksteads, chapels, stadium, even laboratories and a museum. "

    Starfarers

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