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Three-decker may refer to:
- a three-story dwelling with an apartment on each floor, also known as a triple-decker
- a pulpit on three levels, with different usages during a church service for each level, often found in 18th-century churches in England and restorations dating to that time.
- a sandwich that consists of three pieces of bread and two layers of filling, also known as a triple-decker
In naval history:
- Three-decker, a wooden ship having three decks, especially one of a class of sail-powered warships with guns on three decks
- Three-volume novel, three books by one author bound in one volume
- The Thorne Smith Three-Decker, by Thorne Smith
- a series of three dramas or literary works or sometimes three musical compositions that are closely related and develop a single theme, also known as a trilogy or a triple-decker
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