Etymology
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woodshed (n.)

"shed for keeping wood as fuel," 1799, from wood (n.) + shed (n.). Sometimes a euphemism for "outhouse." Figuratively, as the place for private punishment, by 1907, American English colloquial.

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Definitions of woodshed

woodshed (n.)
a shed for storing firewood or garden tools;
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