Synonyms for Deck:


prepared (adjective)
on hand, ready, available.


deuce, club, diamond, jack, layer, ace, flight, face card, house of cards, story, level, tier, heart. bay, amidships, beam, bow, bowsprit, aft, bilge, berth, boom, pack, card, set, blade. back, car park, alley, lay low, campus, throw, blind alley, bring down, arcade, close, drop, strike down, cloister, prostrate, backyard, fell, rise, flatten, alleyway, ground. earpiece, gramophone, cd player, jukebox, boom box, hi-fi, compact disc player, earphones, ghetto blaster. take down, knock, lay out, punch someone's lights out. deck (noun)
decorate, bedeck, pack of cards, deck of cards, dump, floor, embellish, grace, adorn, beautify, bedight, coldcock.


put on clothing, usually nice (verb)
embellish, grace, decorate, beautify, bedeck, adorn.
stative (verb)
adorn, grace, beautify, decorate, embellish.

Other synonyms:

club, cd player, deuce, jack, jukebox, berth, face card, diamond, gramophone, earphones, boom box, compact disc player, ghetto blaster. hi-fi, house of cards, card. earpiece, strike down, heart, fell, ace, flatten, prostrate. pack. take down. throw, lay out. knock. deck of cards
deck of cards.
Other relevant words:
bring down, layer, berth, tier, take down, fell, pack, diamond, hi-fi, story, flatten, backyard, ground, throw, knock, deuce, lay low, bilge, lay out, level, jack, adorn, prostrate, card, strike down, earphones, drop, ace, club.

Usage examples for deck

  1. Page and Farley, however, whose quarters were but a few doors away on the same deck remained. – Dave Darrin's Fourth Year at Annapolis by H. Irving Hancock
  2. There were two or three ladies on deck who could walk pretty well. – A Jolly Fellowship by Frank R. Stockton
  3. Presently she said: " Are you going on deck now?" – The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance by Marie Corelli