Thesaurus / wine cellar
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He knows how to arrange it so that the old woman must go to the wine cellar.

At luncheon the Duchess asked for the key of the wine cellar, at which the Duke expressed surprise and curiosity.

And he rose with unsure joints and offered to lead the way to the wine cellar.

This light was like that of a wine cellar, a light, according to Castro, like that of a Hall of Congress.

The Enemies of WomenVicente Blasco Ibez

The cellarman went first with a light; at the bottom of the staircase he unlocked the wine cellar and went in—still first.

Who can abstain themselves from laughter, when they see such a marked sheep come out of the Wine Cellar?

I dismissed four butlers because she had either bribed or frightened them into giving her the keys of the wine cellar.

The MissionaryGeorge Griffith

The wine cellar seemed to contain all that one might reasonably desire.

Twelve MenTheodore Dreiser

They have Appleweight in their wine cellar and I don't see for the life of me how we are going to get him out.

He announced that four of the native servants had been found, dead drunk, in the wine cellar.

The Man From Brodney'sGeorge Barr McCutcheon

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