Definition of Cellaret

1. Noun. Sideboard with compartments for holding bottles.

Exact synonyms: Minibar
Generic synonyms: Buffet, Counter, Sideboard



Definition of Cellaret

1. n. A receptacle, as in a dining room, for a few bottles of wine or liquor, made in the form of a chest or coffer, or a deep drawer in a sideboard, and usually lined with metal.

Definition of Cellaret

1. Noun. A deep, often metal lined drawer in a sideboard used for storing a a small selection of wines and liquors. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cellaret

1. a cabinet for wine bottles [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cellaret

cell wall
cell wall skeleton
cell walls
cella
cella media
cellae
cellar
cellar door
cellar doors
cellar dweller
cellarage
cellarages
cellared
cellarer
cellarers
cellaret (current term)
cellarets
cellarette
cellarettes
cellaria
cellaring
cellarist
cellarists
cellarium
cellarless
cellarlike
cellarman
cellarmen
cellars
cellarway

Literary usage of Cellaret

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1. A dictionary of the English language, for the use of schools by Frederick Poynder (1854)
"Charge for storing cellaret', s. A box or cabinet for wine Celt, s. An old inhabitant of Italy, Gaul, Spain, and Cel'lular, a. Containing cells Cel'tic, a. ..."

2. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1913)
"The above mention of sideboard and cellaret reminds us that the sideboard was just coming into fashion, taking the place of the plain sideboard-table. ..."

3. Antique Furniture by Frederick William Burgess (1915)
"The French garde de, rin or cellaret, mostly of mahogany, ... The cellaret was afterwards found in one of the side wings or cupboards of the sideboard. ..."

4. Illustrated History of Furniture: From the Earliest to the Present Time by Frederick Litchfield (1899)
"Then, as the thin legs gave the table rather a lanky appearance, the garde de vin, or cellaret, was added in the form of an oval tub of mahogany, ..."

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