Origin of subcellar
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The subcellar or cellar floor mould then is laid, the reinforcement placed and the concrete run in.The Boy's Book of New Inventions
Harry E. Maule
From that subcellar of the soul come ideas, impulses, and suggestions which most largely influence our actions.
"No admission" is posted on every door to the subcellar designing room of the human soul.
Down in the subcellar of the mind there may be a tunnel leading through to the palace of God.
A second later his eyes widened as he saw a trap door, evidently leading to a subcellar.Tom Swift and The Visitor from Planet X