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cabin to dwell in a cabin or small space. [1/4 definitions]
cabin cruiser a power-driven boat with a cabin so equipped that passengers can wash, cook, and sleep on board.
capsule in spacecraft, a sealed, pressurized, detachable cabin for crew and/or instruments. [1/7 definitions]
carry-on of luggage, small enough to be stored in the passenger cabin of an airplane. [2 definitions]
compartment a separate room or cabin used for a particular purpose. [1/3 definitions]
cruiser a large motor-powered boat with living quarters; cabin cruiser. [1/4 definitions]
cuddy a small cabin, galley, or pantry on a ship.
deadlight a strong shutter or cover fastened over the interior of a ship's porthole or cabin window in stormy weather. [1/3 definitions]
getaway a period of relaxing away from daily cares, or a place, such as a cabin or resort, for doing so. [1/5 definitions]
lodge a cabin, hut, or other shelter intended for use by skiers, hunters, or the like. [1/11 definitions]
roundhouse a cabin at the rear of a ship's quarterdeck. [1/3 definitions]
shanty1 a crudely constructed cabin or house; shack.
Simon Legree in the mid-nineteenth-century novel Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe, a cruel overseer and slave dealer. [1/2 definitions]
Uncle Tom the title character in Uncle Tom's Cabin, a mid-nineteenth century novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Uncle Tom is a black slave whose religious beliefs move him to forgive his oppressors. [1/2 definitions]