Definition of wing chair in English:

wing chair

Syllabification: wing chair

noun

A high-backed armchair with side pieces projecting from the back, originally in order to protect the sitter from drafts.
More example sentences
  • The formality can be seen in the coffee table, in the pink chair, in the settee by the window, and in the striped wing chair.
  • I should have mentioned I am wearing a smoking jacket and sitting in a leather wing chair as I dictate this.
  • The next week he was an old man, sitting in his blue wing chair in grandma's living room - frustrated, angry, and somehow… broken.

Definition of wing chair in:

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove ads and access premium resources

Word of the day glee
Pronunciation: glē
noun
great delight