Felix is ill, and I want to get at some cognac that is in the cellarette.
Sorrowfully I locked the cellarette and dropped the key in my pocket.
His hunting flask from out the cellarette was there on the table.
And I had done it as far as my bank account, cellarette and the liquor-dealer permitted.
And just here her attention seemed to center on my cellarette over in the corner.
I felt ashamed as I looked in the cellarette, and wondered what the deuce I should offer her.
Fig. 59 shows a deep drawer, generally known as a cellarette, and used in a sideboard to accommodate wine bottles.
When he had gone to a cellarette, and taken a drink from a decanter there, his misery grew warm and sweet.
It serves as a pedestal and has one side which opens on hinges allowing the inside to be used as a smoker's cabinet or cellarette.
George Vine opened the cellarette, and gave him a little brandy, whose reviving power proved wonderful.