A deep, often metal lined drawer in a sideboard used for storing a a small selection of wines and liquors.(noun)
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Use "cellaret" in a sentence
"The cellaret is a tin vessel, in which ices are kept for a short time from dissolving."
"There was the old cellaret with nothing in it, lined with lead, like a sort of coffin in compartments; there was the old dark closet, also with nothing in it, of which he had been many a time the sole contents, in days of punishment, when he had regarded it as the veritable entrance to that bourne to which the tract had found him galloping."
"Lavinia rose and walked toward an octagonal cellaret; opening the lid, she took out a decanter of sherry and two glasses."