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Definition of "deck out" [deck out]

  • To decorate (something). (verb)
  • To dress (someone) in fancy clothes. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deck out" in a sentence
  • "Not Richard, who would find a piece of uncluttered deck out of the way of seamen’s feet and lie watching the fantastic play of lightning in and out of the clouds, waiting to be drenched to the skin, waiting to feel his heart stop with the shock of flash and thunderclap together if the storm drifted overhead."
  • "We couldn't cold-deck her, so I simply took the deck out of its box, unwrapped it, shuffled a few times, passed it to her, and had her go through the routine."