Definition of side chair in English:

side chair

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An upright wooden chair without arms.
More example sentences
  • Seated on a side chair, he gazes longingly at a pastel drawing of a woman that hangs on the wall.
  • The Biggs armchair has trifid feet whereas the side chair has claw-and-ball feet and carved shells on the knees, but on both chairs the legs are more amply proportioned than the more linear legs of many Queen Anne chairs predating 1750.
  • This armchair is part of the same set as a side chair with a reliable Delaware origin.

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