Jacob lay sound asleep upon a locker in the cuddy within easy reach of a shout down the companionway or through the skylight.
He's to take his money down to the cuddy, and he'll get his answer there.'
If we catch you tastin' so11 much as half a cuddy biscuit, by the living thunder!
He said the last portion of this sentence to himself as he emerged from the cuddy.
Why repeat steerage gossip, about mysterious cargoes, at the cuddy table?
He had sent his boat away and was now waiting for me in the cuddy.
Tom left the pumps for a minute or two, and slipped into the cuddy for a dram of rum, which he very much needed.
The rain continued to pour down, and Paul retired to the cuddy again.
They gave a brief look into the cuddy, but did not discover those in hiding.
Six bells sounded from the ship as he returned to the cuddy.