And her agitated hand waved to them from a chaise window, and she was gone.
Your messenger finds me just setting out for London: the chaise at the door.
The horse was accordingly put in, and the chaise brought round to the door.
In five minutes' time the chaise was ready, and this good scapegrace in his saddle.
Barnaby, my man, help me to put him in the chaise, and we'll ride home together.'
You must not keep the chaise waiting—the gentleman is very punctual.
You nicknamed that benevolent Jesuit 'the Chaise of Convenience.'
He had brought the chaise for my mother, who placed me on her knees.
Chaise was scarcely a bard, but a singer of the songs of bards.
To your chaise, and see that you contrive to look your best.