Synonyms for cockpit

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Into the cockpit, splashing, something dropped—a coil of rope.

Their country had been the cockpit of Europe from the time of Csar until Waterloo.

But at the same instant Chris leaped desperately from the cockpit of the scout.

With a word of farewell, he climbed out of the cockpit and onto a wing.

I had to climb into the cockpit and straighten out the mess.

He stumbled across the cockpit and disappeared in the dusk of the cabin.

I hauled in the oar, jumped over the cockpit rail, and went for him.

The fust hop landed me on my knees in the cockpit, and there I stayed.

He wa'n't on the thwart, but down in a heap on the cockpit floor.

Lonesome hung on to the rail of the cockpit and let his hair stand up to grow.