club chair
noun Date: 1919 a deep low thickly upholstered easy chair often with rather low back and heavy sides and arms

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • club chair — club′ chair n. fur a heavily upholstered chair with a low back • Etymology: 1915 …   From formal English to slang

  • club chair — n. [from use in private clubs] a large, heavily upholstered armchair, usually with a low back …   English World dictionary

  • Club chair — A club chair is a type of armchair, usually covered in leather. It was created and made in France. Before it came to be known under its current name, it first appeared as the fauteuil confortable, the comfortable armchair . It was given this name …   Wikipedia

  • club chair — noun : a deep low thickly upholstered easy chair often with rather low back and heavy sides and arms * * * a heavily upholstered chair having solid sides and a low back. [1915 20] * * * club chair, a kind of easy chair with thick upholstery, a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • club chair — a heavily upholstered chair having solid sides and a low back. [1915 20] * * * …   Universalium

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  • club sofa — noun : a sofa of the same style as a club chair * * * a heavily upholstered sofa having solid sides and a low back. * * * club sofa, a kind of sofa similar in style to a club chair …   Useful english dictionary

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