Which they had to do; nothing, for certain days, but cellarage to lodge in; King inexorable, deaf to remonstrance.
They are as deep in cellarage as they are high, while the rooms in them are innumerable.
The latter wing contains the cellarage of the general administration of the hospitals.
I will invite attention to fig. 12, which represents a cellarage window constructed quite recently.
My dear sir, I have a house, and cellarage, to the both of which you shall be made welcome.
We caught water, as it dripped ice-cold from the roof, and pledged Old Winter in his own cellarage.
In short, from cellarage to garret all is complete, and Number Forty-two is really a splendid mansion.
Quick as lightning the form crossed the ante-room, then plunged by a low entrance into the cellarage.
Peer felt as if he had fallen through the floor into the cellarage.
The earth out of the cellarage was tipped into the nearest burn or over the cliffs into the sea.