cabin deck


noun
  1. the deck above the weather deck in the bridge house of a ship.

Origin of cabin deck

1
Probably earlier than 1960–65

Words Nearby cabin deck

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How to use cabin deck in a sentence

  • I had breakfast spread on the cabin deck, as it was not possible to secure any thing on a table.

  • Its rail showed just at the top of water, and the cabin deck slightly above.

    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.

  • Making their way out along the top of the cabin deck-house was in itself hazardous.

  • The roof of the second cabin deck-house was, when there was not too much wind, a favorite place with him.

    David Harum | Edward Noyes Westcott