Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The apartment in a ship (steamer or sailing vessel) in which the charts, maps, instruments, etc., are kept.

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Examples

  • And it was told again, and by both of us, in the bright-lighted chart-room after the watches had been changed at eight bells.

    CHAPTER XXXVII

  • "I noticed Captain West, in the chart-room, as I came up, sleeping like a baby," I concluded.

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • And there, in the chart-room, a redoubtable sailorman bent anxiously over a chart as he measured and calculated, and measured and calculated again, our position and our drift.

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • On my way below a glance into the chart-room gave me the cue to the

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • At the head of the stairs, passing along the tiny hall to go out the lee door of the chart-house, I glanced into the chart-room.

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • In the chart-room, glancing curiously at the chart, I measured the distance with my eye and decided that we were in the neighbourhood of fifteen miles off Cape Horn.

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • Another peep into the chart-room showed me Captain West sleeping as before.

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • He has so little to do in the working of the ship, taking his regular observations and working them up with such celerity, that he is rarely in the chart-room for any length of time.

    CHAPTER XX

  • Captain West, who in this bad weather sleeps in the chart-room, stood in the lee doorway of the house, through which the lamplight streamed on the frightened faces of the men.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • For two nights, one in the chart-room and one on the cabin sofa, I have soaked myself in sleep, and I am now almost stupid with excess of sleep.

    CHAPTER XIV

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