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toolroom

[ tool-room, -room ]
/ ˈtulˌrum, -ˌrʊm /
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noun
a room, as in a machine shop, in which tools are stored, repaired, produced, etc.
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Origin of toolroom

First recorded in 1875–80; tool + room
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How to use toolroom in a sentence

  • They saw the former teacher glaring at them from the split in the toolroom door.

    The Rover Boys in the Air|Edward Stratemeyer
  • He then went up beside his nephew, while Fred, bristling with excitement, hastened to the toolroom.

    The Grey Room|Eden Phillpotts

British Dictionary definitions for toolroom

toolroom
/ (ˈtuːlruːm, -rʊm) /

noun
a room, as in a machine shop, where tools are made or stored
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