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fighting chair

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Definition of fighting chair in English:

noun

North American
A fixed chair on a boat used by a person trying to catch large fish.
Example sentences
  • Now get in the fighting chair and start working that fish.
  • ‘Classic’ marlin fishing means fighting the fish in a special fighting chair.
  • I was standing in the stern of the boat with just a simple butt pad, and was wishing that I was in the fighting chair.

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