Definition of well upholstered in English:

well upholstered

Syllabification: well up·hol·stered

adjective

1(Of a chair or sofa) having plenty of padding.
More example sentences
  • Alexander waited until Maria had settled onto the sofa, before himself sitting down in a well-upholstered armchair.
  • There is that same absolutely beautiful girl sitting in a well upholstered chair next to a bassinet.
  • But for this sort of philosophising we need a special place to sit - and I don't mean a well-upholstered armchair by the fire.
1.1 humorous (Of a person) fat.
More example sentences
  • A definite man's man, he just can't help commenting on well-upholstered women.
  • There's a wedding party in progress at the top table - an assortment of older relatives, skylarking kids and well-upholstered bridesmaids.
  • The boys frantically raced about pleading with newspapers not to buy the piece because their mother didn't know about their well-upholstered friend the stewardess.

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