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verb as in put on clothing, usually nice

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Don’t wait until your idea or pitch deck is perfect, she says, before meeting with a small handful of people.

From Fortune

War is a two-player game in which a standard deck of cards is first shuffled and then divided into two piles with 26 cards each — one pile for each player.

The wide deck and front suspension provide a bounce-free ride while the heat-treated brake means you’ll always be in control.

This time around, we considered a number of experimental experiences, including interfaces where readers could shuffle the House, Senate and presidential forecasts like a deck of cards, or ones where users could sort of choose their own adventure.

Last week, the decks were cleared for the world’s largest social messenger app to start providing payment services in India.

From Quartz

“Deck the Halls” was written back in the 16th century, when the English language was very different.

Obama has latched on to the failure of the embargo to topple the Castros as justification to shuffle the deck.

Deck your halls instead with boughs of holly, shouting “Merry Christmas” (or “Happy Hanukkah”) well into the night.

Anyone willing to threaten war over a joke is clearly not playing with a full deck.

For starters, from a purely practical, all-hands-on-deck position, I say if you can do the job, you should keep the job.

It ended on a complaint that she was 'tired rather and spending my time at full length on a deck-chair in the garden.'

A few moments afterward he was seen dragging his own trunk ashore, while Mr. Hitchcock finished his story on the boiler deck.

Fancy that enormous shell dropping suddenly out of the blue on to a ship's deck swarming with troops!

Maybe it didn't feel good to be on the hurricane deck of a good horse once more!

I'd much rather see what is going on than be cooped up below, and after lunch I told Bob I was going up on deck.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deck, such as: adorn, beautify, bedeck, clothe, decorate, and embellish.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.