storm cellar

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an underground shelter where you can go until a storm passes

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Nightly my sister and I would follow Granny out to the concrete storm cellar.
Lilies of the valley once drooped in the shade at the side of the house, peony bushes and rhubarb grew beside the storm cellar, the laundry line ran from the house to the shed, and an alleyway provided a path where my friends and I walked barefoot.
The property--which includes the original cookhouse, smoke house, storm cellar and hand-dug well--had fallen into disrepair and required extensive plumbing and electrical work.
The company's product line-up includes Red Nectar Ale, Gold Rush Ale, Storm Cellar Porter and Humboldt Oatmeal Stout.
Sharon Ely, Joe's wife, recalled that as a girl she used to agonize over what to wear when a tornado threatened, since you never knew what cute boys you might meet in the storm cellar, and there's a song right there.
But almost a quarter said that people should go into a storm cellar, a tactic appropriate for tornadoes, not earthquakes.
The episode ends with Alison, Emily, Hanna and Spencer finding the old storm cellar that Mary was talking about.
Marvel convinces Dorothy to return to the farm, but a twister moves in quick, stranding her away from her family who are locked in the farm's storm cellar.
The old-fashioned Midwestern storm cellar is a direct ancestor of today's panic room, as was the classic Cold War bomb shelter.
Or, occupants could move to a secure enclosure -- the space equivalent of hiding in the storm cellar, says Vilas.
More secrets about Mary will be revealed when Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) make a discovery about the DiLaurentis family that "leads them to a storm cellar full of clues.
He had been through plenty of storms, including the twister three years ago that damaged the house, but this time he and his wife scrambled across the street to another home that he owns, an older one with an old-fashioned storm cellar.