Slang word for basement

Mostly used up north or in New England.
"I keep all my old records in the cellar"
by DJ-High April 1, 2010
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on a scale of 0-5 in socio-economic status, level 1
Man, that fucker is so broke he lives in the cellar but at least he's not in the street
by wriggler February 21, 2005
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An inhabitant or permanent resident of a room or group of rooms below the ground level and usually under a building often a relative or child turned adult that refuses to leave the parents home.
After seeing the empty pantry, refrigerator and the recent electric bill Dad turned to Mom and said, " This is outrageous, tell cellar-dweller he needs to get a job and pay room and board we cannot afford him anymore."
by jpg3 August 5, 2010
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The area of the workforce that women don't want to be part of, such as digging, road construction, garbage dumping, etc. as oppose to glass ceiling jobs such as, being CEO, chairman, congressman, president, and all that good stuff. Due to political correctness, it's harder for men to get most medium paying jobs, so some are stuck under the glass cellar. basically men dominate both extremes of the spectrum.
They put more cracks in the glass ceiling than they did in the glass cellar.
by smashdummies December 24, 2012
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what new englanders say instead of "down in the cellar"
"go down cellar and empty the litterbox" or "what are you kids doing down cellar"
by romeolvr5997 May 3, 2009
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