Cellar [noun]

Definition of Cellar:

underground story of building

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We consumers may not use Drizly, Minibar or other delivery apps to stock our cellars.

The most common species we encountered were cobweb spiders and cellar spiders.

Specific wine fridges usually have a working temperature that can be set at 57 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit, or 14 to 16 degrees Celsius, which is very close to that of underground cellars.

While most can be used in cellars, they can also be placed as display in kitchens, dining rooms, and living rooms.

The dual function of this rack makes it an excellent gift for use in the living room, dining area or wine cellar area.

First the chimneys sank down through the roof, as if they were being lowered into the cellar.

Why, I know not what you call it; but if the house were turned topsy turvy, I should be in the cellar.

Why,” said his spouse, after considering a moment, “he said you had been letting him into the mysteries of the cellar.

A drunken man would reel from one side to the other until he fell down a cellar trap-door, into the gutter, or into the sea.

It resembles, on the whole, a large handsome cellar, the roof of which rests upon a number of plain columns.