from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A box for holding firewood.

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  • noun A bin in which wood is stored.


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wood +‎ bin


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  • Claire pats her pockets and kicks aside the newspapers scattered beside the woodbin.


  • The woodbin was filled, and even a five-gallon can of kerosene.

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  • Vassili, seating himself on the woodbin, said with a forced smile:

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  • In it you will find a large multi-door stove with woodbin and working fires inside, a grill with spitted meat over a fire, cabinets, baking bread, sculpted utensils, meat and vegetables.

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  • It was not at its best at present — the mattress on the bed was bare, as the only blankets had been wrapped around Roggit’s remains atop the pyre, and the woodbin and water bucket were empty as Tobas had not paid much attention to the details of everyday life since the catastrophe of Roggit’s demise.

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