woodshed

[wood-shed]
noun
1.
a shed for storing wood for fuel.
verb (used without object), woodshedded, woodshedding.
2.
Slang. to practice a musical instrument assiduously and with a specific goal in mind: He's woodshedding for next week's show.

Origin:
1835–45; wood1 + shed1

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woodshed (ˈwʊdˌʃɛd)
 
n
a small outbuilding where firewood, garden tools, etc, are stored

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Example sentences
Out back, there's a stocked woodshed and a gravity shower in the bathhouse.
But this does not mean she should be hauled off to the woodshed.
In this way, the load is started from the woodshed toward the parlor.
If not, it's off to the woodshed with that team of designers.
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