chair[ chair ]SEE DEFINITION OF chair
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAIR
He sat down in a chair, and stretched out his legs, with an air of being at home.
Percval quickly helped him into a chair, where he became limp.
"I knew he'd plunge," he said, taking the chair proffered him, near Shepler's desk.
Grace sprang from her chair and began slipping into her wraps.
Opposite him sat a tall fellow very erect and stiff in his chair.
His shoulders over-flowed the back of his chair, which creaked whenever he moved.
"Then the game is three-handed," said Henry as he got up from his chair.
"You promised to drive with me," he said, following her to a chair in which she sat.
At the evening gathering Lord Shaftesbury occupied the chair.
Austin rose and bent over Katherine's chair in some concern.