Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See deck, 2 .

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Examples

  • The bugle sounded again, the bell began to toll for prayers, and the band on the after shelter-deck struck up a lively march as the men came aft.

    A Tall Ship On Other Naval Occasions

  • On the after shelter-deck the Gunner, bare-headed and clad only in a shirt and trousers, was, single-handed, loading and firing a twelve-pounder as fast as he could snap the breech to and lay the gun.

    A Tall Ship On Other Naval Occasions

  • The boy flung himself down the ladder, sped aft along the fore-and-aft bridge, turned at the shelter-deck, descended another ladder, and brought up in the battery.

    A Tall Ship On Other Naval Occasions

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