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Definition of Cellarette
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Cellarette
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Colonial Furniture in America by Luke Vincent Lockwood (1921)
"cellarette in Form of Dressing-Table, 1760-75. ... It was apparently intended to hold bottles and to be used in a dining-room as a cellarette. ..."
2. Style in Furniture by R. Davis Benn (1904)
"Proceeding to describe the interior of the sideboard itself, Sheraton says: " The right-hand drawer, as in common, contains the cellarette, which is often ..."
3. "Our Women in the War.": The Lives They Lived; the Deaths They Died. From by Charleston News and Courier, S.C, News and Courier, Charleston, S.C. (1885)
"Everything is cut to pieces with swords; not a chair remains whole; the white marble from the cellarette lies on the floor in fragments, ..."
4. The Medical Times and Gazette (1885)
"This cellarette was opened at least twice subsequently to this, and prior to Mi1. Bravo's illness—once by Mrs. Cox, and once by the housemaid. ..."