toolhouse


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toolhouse

(ˈtuːlhaʊs)
n
(Tools) another name for a tool shed

tool•shed

(ˈtulˌʃɛd)

n.
a small building where tools are stored, often in the backyard of a house.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toolhouse - a shed for storing tools
shed - an outbuilding with a single story; used for shelter or storage
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And I remember the dog chained up in the yard, and the dead snakes hanging in the toolhouse.
We found a couple of picks in a toolhouse and we soon made the loopholes.
He has all the windblown acres surrounding the house that had been handed down to him too by his old man and add to that the melon shed and the toolhouse out behind the house.
Nothing is more important to a writer's development than an expanding vocabulary; it is the toolhouse of creative communication.
25 at Maxwell-Silverman's Toolhouse Restaurant, 25 Union St.
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Toolhouse Design's Lien said when he was a young worker there was a pecking order, and oftentimes younger staff member's ideas and opinions largely went unheard.
Baby boomers need to understand that we weren't raised in the same environment as [Millennials]," said 56-year-old Rand Lien, co-owner of the Bellingham-based Web design firm Toolhouse Design.
Toolhouse is an interactive marketing agency that designs and develops interactive experiences and enabling technologies that help build customer relationships, and increase the performance of online channels, according to a press release.
1-mile city loop begins on Belmont Street, passes by Bell Pond, UMass Memorial Medical Center -- Memorial Campus, Maxwell-Silverman's Toolhouse, Worcester Medical Center, the Korean War Memorial and continues down Shrewsbury Street.