Definitions

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  • noun An aftcastle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He had a berth in the sterncastle with the other cataphracts and armigers of the Blood.

    Wildfire

  • I was as alone as I could be aboard ship, with only the sailors on watch and the helmsman high in the sterncastle.

    Wildfire

  • A priestess of Delve and her attendants were on the high deck of the sterncastle, chanting and shaking copper disks.

    Wildfire

  • I was as alone as I could be aboard ship, with only the sailors on watch and the helmsman high in the sterncastle.

    Wildfire

  • He had a berth in the sterncastle with the other cataphracts and armigers of the Blood.

    Wildfire

  • Spiller and Rowney and I had found a place on deck, near the sterncastle.

    Wildfire

  • I was as alone as I could be aboard ship, with only the sailors on watch and the helmsman high in the sterncastle.

    Wildfire

  • He had a berth in the sterncastle with the other cataphracts and armigers of the Blood.

    Wildfire

  • A priestess of Delve and her attendants were on the high deck of the sterncastle, chanting and shaking copper disks.

    Wildfire

  • Spiller and Rowney and I had found a place on deck, near the sterncastle.

    Wildfire

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