woodbin

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

wood +‎ bin

Noun[edit]

woodbin (plural woodbins)

  1. A bin in which wood is stored.
    • 1918, Fannie Hurst, Gaslight Sonatas[1]:
      They said down at market to-day, Mrs. Scogin, that Addie Fitton knocked herself against the woodbin and has water on the knee." "
    • 2001, Eleanor Estes, Ginger Pye:
      Ordinarily Jerry and Rachel were able to keep the woodbin filled with driftwood gathered along the shore.

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