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captain's chair

Syllabification: cap·tain's chair

Definition of captain's chair in English:

noun

A wooden chair with a row of vertical spindles supporting a bar that forms the back and armrests.
Example sentences
  • Tears blurred his vision, and he sank down into the wooden captain's chair.
  • Kyle and Thai sat down in two conveniently placed chairs next to the captain's chair.
  • Ultimate Game Chair in Antioch, Calif., sells a luxe leather captain's chair with a built-in joystick and speakers for $750.

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