toolbox

[tool-boks]
noun
1.
a box or case in which tools are kept.
2.
an attached mechanism, as on planing machines or lathes, that carries the cutting tools.

Origin:
1835–45; tool + box1

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He is less than eight feet from me when a rock the size of a toolbox comes
  loose in his hand.
Health reform provides a toolbox that local health systems can use to reinvent
  the way they deliver care.
It has to be a whole toolbox, and the bigger the better.
We academics seem to have a larger than average toolbox for justifying
  tergiversations, principles included.
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