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Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Stuart's Daily Word Spot: Cabin


High in the Yorkshire Dales
Cabin: noun - room or compartment in a ship, boat, spacecraft, lorry etc., for passengers, crew or cargo; berth in a ship; temporary shelter, a booth; a poor dwelling, small room, cell; natural cave or grotto, animal's den; litter for carrying someone; political cabinet – a collection of government appointees.

‘The lorry driver invited the lady of the night into his cabin but she declined, preferring the roomier accommodation available in the following Rolls.’

‘Jason was bragging to the attractive woman on the cruise that he was occupying an outside cabin, but this proved ineffective as a means of impressing her as she was housed in luxury suite, complete with a baby grand.’ 

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