A thing made or used for sitting on, such as a chair or stool
enough seats for the audience/spectators
A seat in a car (now usually a motor car).
A seat in the European Parliament.
A seat in a legislative body, on a company board, etc., which may be held for life.
= mill site.
= ringside seat.
Any of various kinds of light seat suitable for use at parties; specifically a small chair or light bench placed in a reception room to allow several people to sit in a small area.
A seat at the back of a vehicle
A seat in a box in a theatre or sports stadium
The position of carrying full responsibility for something important
An extra seat in a car or taxi that folds back when not in use
A small sofa for two people, especially one designed in an S-shape so that the couple can face each other
A parliamentary seat that is likely to be retained with a large majority in an election
A belt used to secure someone in the seat of a motor vehicle or aircraft
A seat situated in one of the aisles of a church as opposed to the nave (now rare).
A small seat for a child, now especially a protective one fitted to a motor vehicle or bicycle.
The country home of an upper-class family over several generations.
Politics (usually with capital initial in the first element) a place in the membership of a legislative or deliberative house.
A manor house, especially one regarded as a family seat.
Theology. The lid of gold, decorated with two winged cherubim, covering the Ark of the Covenant, upon which God is said to have been enthroned, and taken as representing the divine presence in the world; (hence) the throne of God in heaven.
Of a constituency: represented by more than one member of a legislative body.
= potty chair.
(In a car) a power-assisted adjustable seat.
The uppermost part of a saddle on which the rider sits.
Any of various types of portable seat or cushion used by spectators at sporting events for extra comfort or when there are no seats provided.
A seat for a dressing table.
A narrow, elongated bicycle seat that curves up toward the rear
A seat across the whole width of a car
A seat in a car or aircraft with a rounded back to fit one person
A parliamentary electorate seat for which the electors of Maori descent are registered on the Maori roll
An uncovered folding seat in the rear of a car
A seat below a window, especially one in a bay or alcove
A seat alongside a gangway or aisle in a building or passenger vehicle.
The seat on which a judge sits when trying a cause or pronouncing judgement; a judgement seat.
An extra seat or cushion placed on an existing seat for a small child to sit on
A large country house and estate belonging to an aristocratic family
A device that causes the ejection of a pilot from an aircraft in an emergency
Another term for ejection seat.
A seat immediately adjacent to a boxing ring
A seat able to slide to and fro on runners, especially one in a racing rowing boat used to adjust the length of a stroke
A seat provided in a vehicle for a passenger; specifically (in a motor vehicle) the seat next to the driver.
A seat which may be adjusted to a reclining position.
= repentance stool.
The site or location of a university.
A judge’s seat; a tribunal
A seat on the ground floor in a theatre
An extra seat at the back of a two-seater motor car or aircraft; specifically = dicky.