Workbox Work"box`, n. A box for holding instruments or materials for work. [1913 Webster]

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  • workbox — [wʉrk′bäks΄] n. a box for work tools and materials …   English World dictionary

  • workbox — noun Date: 1605 a box for work instruments and materials …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • workbox — /werrk boks /, n. a box to hold instruments and materials for work, esp. needlework. [1805 15; WORK + BOX1] * * * …   Universalium

  • workbox — noun A toolbox …   Wiktionary

  • workbox — n. toolbox …   English contemporary dictionary

  • workbox — noun a portable box used for holding tools and materials …   English new terms dictionary

  • workbox — /ˈwɜkbɒks / (say werkboks) noun a box to hold instruments and materials for work, especially needlework. {work + box1} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • workbox — n. a box for holding tools, materials for sewing, etc …   Useful english dictionary

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