cellarway


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cellarway

(ˈsɛləˌweɪ)
n
the entrance leading into a cellar
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Also one night a strange man caught little Kotrina by the arm and tried to persuade her into a dark cellarway, an experience which filled her with such terror that she was hardly to be kept at work.
I store mine in the enclosed outside entrance to my cellarway. They won't need sunlight once they've gone dormant, although they will need some water about once a month.
She saw him naked peering down the cellarway. A short, thick man, hairy, warm, with a crumpled comedian's face" (p.