Origin of deadlight
Examples from the Web for deadlight
Historical Examples of deadlight
"Fully committed," muttered Denman, as he drew back from the deadlight.
Remembering his embarrassment of the morning, Denman did not seek the deck, but looked through his deadlight.
Then he entered an opposite room—all were unlocked now—from which, slantingly through the deadlight, he saw lights.
Foster remained, moodily staring through the deadlight, while the other two went forward.
Then Ross casually glanced at the deadlight, and violently forced the girl to her seat.
- a bull's-eye let into the deck or hull of a vessel to admit light to a cabin
- a shutter of wood or metal for sealing off a porthole or cabin window