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cellarage

[sel-er-ij]
noun
  1. cellar space.
  2. charges for storage in a cellar.
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Origin of cellarage

First recorded in 1505–15; cellar + -age
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Examples from the Web for cellarage

Historical Examples of cellarage

  • Peer felt as if he had fallen through the floor into the cellarage.

    The Great Hunger

    Johan Bojer

  • They are as deep in cellarage as they are high, while the rooms in them are innumerable.

  • 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)

  • I will invite attention to fig. 12, which represents a cellarage window constructed quite recently.

    The Dwelling House

    George Vivian Poore

  • In short, from cellarage to garret all is complete, and Number Forty-two is really a splendid mansion.


British Dictionary definitions for cellarage

cellarage

noun
  1. an area of a cellar
  2. a charge for storing goods in a cellar, etc
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