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  • adj. resembling a cellar


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cellar +‎ -like


  • Our table was secluded, in one of the cellarlike annex rooms.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • You happen to notice any cellarlike locations around here?

    Cat & Mouse

  • Pueblo Bonito, on the edge of a long, cellarlike excavation that had been the Hyde Expedition's storeroom for wool and Navaho blankets.

    The Material Culture of Pueblo Bonito

  • Yet, an hour later, when the big man had told him of a string of fish tied down in the branch, of a little cellarlike contrivance by the spring which contained honeycomb and some cold corn-pone, the two men sat at supper like brothers.

    Southern Lights and Shadows

  • In the basement was Byron's bath, -- a dark and cold and cellarlike hole, which it must have required good courage to plunge into; in this region, too, or near it, was the chapel, which Colonel Wildman has decorously fitted up, and where service is now regularly performed, but which was used as a dog's kennel in Byron's time.

    Passages from the English Notebooks, Volume 2.

  • The below-street location and the wooden rafters provides a cellarlike feel.

    Evansville Courier & Press Stories

  • "It's hard to imagine six guys who have been hunting all day going to a winery, but we do," he said, glass in hand in the cellarlike tasting room of the Torre di Pietra winery. :


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