[ sel-er-ij ]

  1. cellar space.

  2. charges for storage in a cellar.

Origin of cellarage

First recorded in 1505–15; cellar + -age

Words Nearby cellarage

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How to use cellarage in a sentence

  • My dear sir, I have a house, and cellarage, to the both of which you shall be made welcome.

    Poison Island | Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (Q)
  • Jack laughed at his own phrase, so literally close to the only mode of gaining access to their cellarage in the snow.

  • At one time it had been celebrated for its vast cellarage, which had contained some rare old wines.

    I Will Repay | Baroness Emmuska Orczy
  • The earth out of the cellarage was tipped into the nearest burn or over the cliffs into the sea.

    Patsy | S. R. Crockett
  • We caught water, as it dripped ice-cold from the roof, and pledged Old Winter in his own cellarage.

British Dictionary definitions for cellarage


/ (ˈsɛlərɪdʒ) /

  1. an area of a cellar

  2. a charge for storing goods in a cellar, etc

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