Hatchway [noun]

Definition of Hatchway:

trap door

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Sentence/Example of Hatchway:

A great sheet of flame burst up through the hatchway, and frightful cries came from below.

When Tom awoke, about seven hours later, it was broad daylight and the sun was streaming into the hatchway.

I say, you young cub down there,” shouted the skipper to him from the hatchway, “come up and swab this deck.

At the pipe, the sailors below ran up the hatchway, and those on deck threw down their work.

I saw him come out on deck again with a tool-chest and a lantern, and go down the forward hatchway.

Now that all immediate danger was at an end, the marquis took the tiller, and Rupert lifted the hatchway.

They had withdrawn from the open hatchway, but could reach the mechanism that closed it.

Is it true that, in a few years more, if a man 11wants the society of his kind, he will have to look down through a hatchway?

He found the hatchway too tight for comfort and had a moment of fear when his tool pack caught in the orifice, wedging him neatly.

In a few seconds all the prisoners were ranged between the cabin hatchway and the mast.