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undecked (not comparable)
- Having no deck.
1824, William Stevenson, Robert Kerr's General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 18:
- The vessels, which were fitted out entirely for coasting voyages, were large, undecked, the seams fastened with cords made of the cocoa fibres, and the timbers in the same manner.
- undecked, save with herself, more lovely fair — Milton.