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cellar

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Buildings, Drink
cellarcel‧lar /ˈselə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 TBBa room under a house or other building, often used for storing things syn basement a coal cellar2 DFDa store of wine belonging to a person, restaurant etc salt cellar
Examples from the Corpus
cellarFinally, he had to hide her in a cellar.His brother Gawain ignored him, gazing at the salt cellar or the window for minutes at a time and stolidly chewing.He announces that there are invisible demons in the cellar, and that they claim that the house is legally theirs.Down in the cellar Broadman looked up, muttered to himself, and carried on with his work.I'd like them shown into the cellar, please.She'd lain for two days on the cellar floor.There were three loud knocks on the cellar door.Have everything brought in and taken down to the cellar.
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