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Fig. 59 shows a deep drawer, generally known as a cellarette, and used in a sideboard to accommodate wine bottles.
WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
George Vine opened the cellarette, and gave him a little brandy, whose reviving power proved wonderful.
OF HIGH DESCENTGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
I stood blinking after her a moment; then I fixed my attention gloomily upon the cellarette.
THE HAUNTED PAJAMASFRANCIS PERRY ELLIOTT
The old man rose and crossed to an old brass-bound cellarette, which he opened.
WITNESS TO THE DEEDGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
When he had gone to a cellarette, and taken a drink from a decanter there, his misery grew warm and sweet.
NARCISSUSEVELYN SCOTT
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.
MISSION FURNITUREH. H. WINDSOR
The source of drinks he indicated was a well-stocked cellarette at the other side of the room.
THE REAL ADVENTUREHENRY KITCHELL WEBSTER
And I had done it as far as my bank account, cellarette and the liquor-dealer permitted.
BELIEVE YOU ME!NINA WILCOX PUTNAM
And just here her attention seemed to center on my cellarette over in the corner.
THE HAUNTED PAJAMASFRANCIS PERRY ELLIOTT
I felt ashamed as I looked in the cellarette, and wondered what the deuce I should offer her.
THE HAUNTED PAJAMASFRANCIS PERRY ELLIOTT

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