cabin deck

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noun

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

Nearby words

  1. cabin attendant,
  2. cabin boy,
  3. cabin class,
  4. cabin court,
  5. cabin cruiser,
  6. cabin fever,
  7. cabin hook,
  8. cabinda,
  9. cabinet,
  10. cabinet beetle

Origin of cabin deck

probably earlier than 1960–65

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Examples from the Web for cabin deck

  • I turned out of the bed-place, and found myself up to my neck in water, with my feet on the cabin-deck.

    Percival Keene|Frederick Marryat
  • Accompanied by Audrey she managed to work her way round the cabin-deck to No. 12.

    The Lion's Share|E. Arnold Bennett
  • It is simply the continuation of the “cabin-deck,” projected forward and supported by pillars that rest upon the main deck below.

    The Quadroon|Mayne Reid
  • I wished, however, to witness the scene on the cabin-deck, and went below.

    The Quadroon|Mayne Reid