deck-house

NOUN
  1. a superstructure on the upper deck of a ship
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How To Use deck-house In A Sentence

  • Abaft the foremast, and between it and the main hatch, stood a deck-house, the fore part of which constituted the berthage for the steerage passengers, while the after-part consisted of The Cruise of the "Esmeralda"
  • Within a few feet of the tiller was a deck-house, in which the crew ate, built of solid oak and clamped with iron. The Virgin of the Sun
  • Tritons and sea-goddesses encircled the prow and throned above the stern, and the interior of the deck-house was adorned with delicate rilievi and painted by Tiepolo with scenes from the myth of Amphitrite. The Valley of Decision
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