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cabin deck

noun
1.
the deck above the weather deck in the bridge house of a ship.
Origin of cabin deck
1960-1965
probably earlier than 1960-65
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  • Probably some steerage passengers have come on the cabin deck.

  • Under the cabin were coals, and around the coals under the cabin deck were placed some kegs.

  • Madge and Phyllis were together on the cabin deck when a deep rose flush appeared in the western sky.

    Madge Morton's Secret

    Amy D. V. Chalmers
  • But to please me he brought the rifle to the cabin deck and fired a couple of shots at the sawyers in the river.

    With the Indians in the Rockies James Willard Schultz
  • Its rail showed just at the top of water, and the cabin deck slightly above.

    The Rival Campers Afloat Ruel Perley Smith
  • The cabin deck and cockpit of the Viking looked as though the boat had been in eruption and had heaved up all its contents.

    The Rival Campers Afloat Ruel Perley Smith
  • Papa then looked out all the blankets, and we made up as many beds as we could on the sofa and cabin deck.

  • As the song trembled to a close, a slight burst of applause came from the cabin deck.

    Sandy

    Alice Hegan Rice
  • The first night out a man and a girl had come up from the cabin deck and sat directly under his hiding-place.

    Sandy

    Alice Hegan Rice
  • He entered into his new work with such energy and enthusiasm that by the end of the week he knew every man below the cabin deck.

    Sandy

    Alice Hegan Rice

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