Definition of Cellars
1. Noun. (plural of cellar) ¹
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Definition of Cellars
1. cellar [v] - See also: cellar
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Literary usage of Cellars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Garden Farming by Lee Cleveland Corbett (1913)
"Root cellars, like fruit storage houses, are a part of the producer's insurance of ... Storage cellars are naturally better adapted for carrying potatoes, ..."
2. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1907)
"Root cellars and Storage Houses. Figs. 786-789. By LC Corbett. Well-constructed pits are more ... Barn cellars are as a mie, therefore, when practicable, ..."
3. Rheims and the Battles for Its Possession by Pneu Michelin (Firm) (1919)
"Near the Rond-Point de St. Nicaise are the Pommery cellars, which gave shelter to many ... The Pommery cellars These cellars are among the finest in ..."
4. Memorials of St. James's Palace by Edgar Sheppard (1894)
"The cellars consist partially of two-arched vaults. partly of compartments. ... The remainder of the cellars consists of what were formerly called rooms, ..."
5. Farm Drainage: The Principles, Processes, and Effects of Draining Land with by Henry Flagg French (1859)
"Wet cellars Unhealthful.— Importance of cellars in New England. ... Drainage of Barn cellars.— Uses of them.—Actual Drainage of a very Bad Cellar described. ..."
6. Underground: Gambling and Its Horrors. by Thomas Wallace Knox (1876)
"Some of the wine cellars of Europe have been hewn out of the solid rock, ... Other wine cellars were, originally, quarries, or mines ; and after they had ..."
7. The Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and 1897: With a Commentary on the Sections of by Charles Fortescue Brickdale, William Robert Sheldon (1899)
"As to cellars beyond the Registered Boundaries. The cellars shown in the sale plan, or mentioned in the particulars, are believed to be, and have always ..."
8. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1871)
"_ MOST of the readers of the NATURALIST, who reside in the cities of. our Atlantic coast, are aware that the cellars of their houses are infested with slugs ..."