Definition of Triple-decker
1. Noun. Made with three slices of usually toasted bread.
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Literary usage of Triple-decker
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rural Denmark and Its Schools by Harold Waldstein Foght (1915)
"A loaded double decker and a triple decker of empties. A TYPICAL FARMERS' COOPERATIVE CREAMERY. Nearly seventeen hundred such creameries are in operation at ..."
2. Prison Conditions in the Soviet Union: A Report of Facilities in Russia and by Helsinki Watch (Organization : U.S.), Robert Kushen, Herman Schwartz, Abner J. Mikva (1991)
"... in which double- and triple-decker bunks and a toilet take up almost all the space, leaving almost no room to move around.11 Inmates sit or lie on their ..."
3. The City-Building Process: Housing and Services in New Milwaukee by Roger D. Simon (1996)
"... densities with triple-decker flats there would have been no flexibility for conversion, consolidation of units, and upgrading.47 The new neighborhoods ..."
4. From the Forecastle to the Cabin by Samuel Samuels (1887)
"We were treated that day to a chicken pot-pie dinner, a regular triple-decker. After remaining here a day and filling our casks with fresh water and ..."
5. The Human Rights Watch Global Report on Prisons by Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1993)
"Detainees were packed into cells in which double and triple-decker bunks and a toilet take up almost all available space. Inmates ate and used the toilet in ..."
6. Leon Abbett's New Jersey: The Emergence of the Modern Governor by Richard A. Hogarty (2001)
"... Ezekiel and Sarah Abbett took up residence in Kensington, then a separate township adjacent to old Philadelphia. They lived in a triple-decker house at ..."
7. Prison Conditions in Spain by Joanna Weschler (1992)
"It contained rows of bunk beds, three of them triple- decker bunks, some cabinets, three tables, and some chairs, significantly fewer than the inmates. ..."