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A flexible cover that is fitted to the opening in the top of a kayak to form a waterproof seal around the kayaker's body.
- ‘The spraydeck is attached to the cockpit rim by either a rubber rand or with elasticated shock cord.’
- ‘The club has been able to buy a set of boats, paddles, buoyancy aids, spraydecks and helmets.’
- ‘Our range of spraydecks are designed to suit a variety of recreational and racing craft with uses from touring on calm waters, to white water paddling and all areas in between.’
- ‘Our spraydecks are made of durable, high quality material.’
- ‘In this case the type of spraydeck may make little difference.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.