Definition of Monkey bridge

1. Noun. A high narrow platform above a deck or in an engine room or boiler room.

Generic synonyms: Platform



2. Noun. The highest navigational bridge on a ship; a small (often open) deck above the pilot house.
Exact synonyms: Fly Bridge, Flybridge, Flying Bridge
Generic synonyms: Bridge, Bridge Deck

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monkey Bridge

monkey-faced owl
monkey-faced owls
monkey-house
monkey-paw
monkey-pot
monkey-shine
monkey-shines
monkey-wrench
monkey B virus
monkey around
monkey bars
monkey boy
monkey boys
monkey bread
monkey breads
monkey bridge (current term)
monkey business
monkey diseases
monkey dog
monkey flip
monkey hand
monkey humping a football
monkey in the middle
monkey jacket
monkey jackets
monkey ladder
monkey malaria
monkey nut
monkey on one's back
monkey patch

Literary usage of Monkey bridge

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1. New National First[-fifth] Reader by Charles Joseph Barnes, J. Marshall Hawkes (1883)
"... chat'ter bae^'ward swung for'ward 16ng'-tail^d THE monkey bridge. A party of long-tailed monkeys came to a small river, over which there was no bridge. ..."

2. New National Second Reader by Charles Joseph Barnes (1883)
"... bael^'ward swung tor'ward 16ng'-tailed THE monkey bridge. A party of long-tailed monkeys wished to cross a river, over which there was no bridge. ..."

3. Sessional Papers (1902)
"Place at which Accident happened—Hull monkey bridge Marshalling Sidings. Name of Per son injured—GA Norman. Age of Person injured—23. ..."

4. New National First[-fifth] Reader by Charles Joseph Barnes, J. Marshall Hawkes (1883)
"... chat'ter bae^'ward swung for'ward 16ng'-tail^d THE monkey bridge. A party of long-tailed monkeys came to a small river, over which there was no bridge. ..."

5. New National Second Reader by Charles Joseph Barnes (1883)
"... bael^'ward swung tor'ward 16ng'-tailed THE monkey bridge. A party of long-tailed monkeys wished to cross a river, over which there was no bridge. ..."

6. Sessional Papers (1902)
"Place at which Accident happened—Hull monkey bridge Marshalling Sidings. Name of Per son injured—GA Norman. Age of Person injured—23. ..."

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