toolshed

noun
tool·​shed | \ˈtül-ˌshed \

Definition of toolshed 

: an outbuilding for storing tools

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Erect several panels at the corner of your yard to create a sheltered picnic area, or place them in front of a compost pile or toolshed. Neal Barrett, Popular Mechanics, "How To Build A Classic Backyard Fence," 23 May 2017

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1840, in the meaning defined above

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toolshed

noun

English Language Learners Definition of toolshed

: a small building for storing tools

toolshed

noun
tool·​shed | \ˈtül-ˌshed \

Kids Definition of toolshed

: a small building for storing tools

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