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  • n. Plural form of cellarman.

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Examples

  • The teams of cooks, cellarmen, sausage-makers, bakers, and pantry-keepers who worked in the papal kitchens were used to catering for large numbers.

    Delizia!

  • But, descrying traces of unmuddled harmony in a part-song one day, he gave his two under cellarmen faint hopes of getting on towards something in course of time.

    No Thoroughfare

  • But, descrying traces of unmuddled harmony in a part - song one day, he gave his two under cellarmen faint hopes of getting on towards something in course of time.

    No Thoroughfare

  • "That would do capitally for a bird-glass," said the cellarmen; but they had neither a bird nor a cage; and to expect them to provide both because they had found a bottle-neck that might be made available for

    What the Moon Saw: and Other Tales

  • The two other cellarmen, the three porters, the two ‘prentices, and the odd men?”

    No Thoroughfare

  • The men with me were really some of your cellarmen, under Lefranc. "

    No Surrender! A Tale of the Rising in La Vendee

  • The two other cellarmen, the three porters, the two 'prentices, and the odd men? "

    No Thoroughfare

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