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[wurk-bench] /ˈwɜrkˌbɛntʃ/
a sturdy table at which an artisan works.
Origin of workbench
1775-85; work + bench Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Thinking about work in the lab reminded Rick that he had an unfinished project of his own on his workbench upstairs.

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  • Jed stepped forward and peered over the workbench at the chair.

    Shavings Joseph C. Lincoln
  • The average home mechanic with a few tools seldom has a place to work and is usually without a workbench.

  • Again Phillips shifted in his seat on the edge of the workbench.

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  • Reinhart perched on the edge of a workbench, leaning his big shoulders against the wall.

    The Variable Man Philip K. Dick
  • He put the sword on the workbench and took an instrument from a cabinet.

    The Players Everett B. Cole
  • Deep in thought, Tom idly fingered a microphone on his workbench.

  • He crossed to the workbench, picked up the sword, and stroked its blade.

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  • After a moment he swung himself from the workbench and turned toward the door.

    Shavings Joseph C. Lincoln
British Dictionary definitions for workbench


a heavy table at which work is done by a carpenter, mechanic, toolmaker, etc
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