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small room on a ship or boat where people sleep

a small house built of wood

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the enclosed compartment of an aircraft or spacecraft where passengers are carried

confine to a small space, such as a cabin

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Then she watched him as, with his cakes in his hand, he crossed her strip of cotton back of the cabin, and disappeared into the wood.
Here's what the law does: The law takes a man worth six thousand dollars and up'ards, and jams him into an old trap of a cabin like this, and lets him go round in clothes that ain't fitten for a hog.
Upon the 9th day of May, 1711, one James Welch came down to my cabin, and said, "he had orders from the captain to set me ashore.
Outside, some wooden cabins, and some made of reeds, showed the quarter inhabited by the Bedouins.
He told me casually that the captain was three-parts drunk in his own cabin.
As soon as the cook went away, Cat-skin heated the king's soup, and toasted a slice of bread first, as nicely as ever she could; and when it was ready, she went and looked in the cabin for her little golden ring, and put it into the dish in which the soup was.
First I thought I'd copy France out of the guide-book, like old Badger in the for'rard cabin, who's writing a book, but there's more than three hundred pages of it.
At night great beasts snarled and roared about their tiny cabin, but, so accustomed may one become to oft repeated noises, that soon they paid little attention to them, sleeping soundly the whole night through.
The cabin was not only our living-place, but was also used as the kitchen for the plantation.
Fetch the cat, Jukes," said Hook; "it's in the cabin.
Quickly she hastened to the cabin, which was half above and half below deck.
interrupted the woman, and then Tarzan saw Rokoff turn and nod to Paulvitch, who sprang quickly toward the doorway of the cabin, rushing in past Rokoff, who held the door open for him.
The first thing he did, therefore, when aboard the boat at Boulogne, was to bespeak a private cabin.
The five staterooms of the cabin accommodated the three treasure-hunters, the Ancient Mariner, and the mate--the latter a large-bodied, gentle-souled Russian-Finn, known as Mr.
I looked over my prisoners, who had crowded into the cabin and on top of it.