In a three-decker the next is called the middle-deck, and the lowest deck on which guns are carried the lower-deck.
On seeing the approach of a three-decker, they again hauled their wind.
Between these benches and the altar, completely hiding the altar from the congregation, stood a huge "three-decker."
Only, I'm afraid your three-decker's apprenticeship 'll stand in your way.'
At Shotwick is a pulpit of the kind called a 'three-decker', with a square box-pew beneath it for the parish clerk.
A small craft you will style her; but at that time, in my eyes, she was as grand as a three-decker.
This novel was written in the days of the three-decker, and it went out to sea as such.
The choir of the old times was the congregation, led by the clerk in the three-decker.
The Culloden's course led so direct upon a Spanish three-decker, that the first lieutenant reported a collision imminent.
Casually I inspected the three-decker bread and butter and cake-stand.