dead|light «DEHD LYT», noun.
1. Nautical. a) a strong shutter of wood or metal fitted over a cabin window or porthole to keep out water. b) a heavy glass window fixed in the deck or side of a ship, framed with metal.
2. a skylight that will not open.

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