A separate seat for one person, typically with a back and four legs
short for electric chair.
the chair of the committee
A railroad car with individual seats instead of long benches; a parlor car
An armchair or easy chair having side pieces fixed near the top of the back.
US slang = electric chair; compare sense A. 9h.
A chair fitted with runners so as to be propelled easily upon ice; a sledge-chair.
A chair forming part of the seating for the congregation in a church or chapel; specifically a seat added to the end of a pew.
A kind of light open one-horse carriage having the seat enclosed by a rail supported on wooden ribs.
A chair with solid arms continuous with a semicircular back
A kind of wheelchair for invalids, typically with a hood
A chair with a seat made of woven cane strips
A thickly upholstered armchair of the type often found in clubs
A chair for a corpse or with a corpse in it (now rare).
A folding chair of wood and canvas, typically used near the sea or on the deck of passenger ships
A large, comfortable chair, typically an armchair
Attributive designating a policy of withdrawal from participation in meetings, votes, etc., in response to a disagreement or dispute; of or relating to such a policy.
An armchair, especially one of an early American type.
A chair pushed or carried by hand and used to transport a person; especially a bath chair.
A small chair with long legs for a baby or small child, fitted with a tray that is used as a table at mealtimes
A folding chair for use outdoors
= monk's table.
A light carriage drawn by a pony.
A chair of a type suitable for use on a porch or veranda; especially a wicker or cane armchair.
A child's chair with a potty (or a hole for one) in the seat.
A chairlift with seats for four people at a time
The papal throne; (hence) the office or position of Pope, the Papacy (now rare).
A small chair of a kind designed to be easily moved, and often used at parties.
A chair with a seat (and sometimes also a back) made of rushes.
An upright wooden chair without arms
A chair which can be converted into a table.
A high-backed armchair with side pieces projecting from the back, originally in order to protect the sitter from drafts
= boatswain's chair.
A cantilever chair having a frame consisting of metal tubes.
An early type of wheelchair which is propelled by the occupant turning two crank-handles fixed at the ends of the armrests, which turn the two small front wheels of the chair (a third wheel or castor being set in the back rail).
A type of armchair with open padded arms and an adjustable back
A chair suitable for use on a porch or veranda.
A (usually folding) chair suitable for use on a picnic.
A chair with an arched hood, originally placed in a hallway for a porter or doorkeeper to sit in.
A makeshift seat; specifically = queen's cushion.
A chair designed for reading, specifically one equipped with a bookrest on one arm.
A long seat or bench with a back and arms.
A chair mounted on rockers or springs, so as to rock back and forth
A type of collapsible chair, with wooden frame and canvas back and seat.
A chair with a seat able to be turned on its base to face in any direction
A chair used when grooming, arranging the hair, applying make-up, etc. (now historical).
A chair for use by an infant, disabled person, etc., when learning to walk or for support during walking.
A wooden dining chair with a semicircular back supported by upright rods