Definition of Dead-light

1. Noun. A wooden cover of a ship's ports (window-openings), which are used to prevent water ingress in stormy weather, and to prevent glass windows breaking. ¹



2. Noun. A deck prism, a device to allow light into the cabin of boat through the deck. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dead-light

deacylation
deacylations
deacylative
dead
dead(a)
dead(p)
dead-air space
dead-air spaces
dead-born
dead-end
dead-end host
dead-end street
dead-ends
dead-eye
dead-in-shell
dead-light (current term)
dead-man's-fingers
dead-man's float
dead-men's-fingers
dead-on(a)
dead-president
dead-red
dead-set
dead-sets
dead-stroke
dead-tree
dead 'n' buried
dead against
dead ahead
dead air

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