chaise longue

[ sheyz lawng, cheyz; French shez lawng ]SEE DEFINITION OF chaise longue
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Artois was already established once more in the chaise longue.

He shook Woodrow, who had been napping on the chaise longue.

She lay in a chaise longue, watching it swinging idly at the dock.

He felt a stab of pity for her as he dragged her to her chaise longue and let her fall there.

He found Persis cuddled up on a chaise longue of gold and satin.

I can picture you stretched in your chaise longue at Davos in the sunshine reading this and whistling softly to yourself.

On a chaise longue in this ivory and rose sanctum, reposed a big, beautiful doll, preserved from childish days.

Father had arisen from his chaise longue and was declaiming like a school boy.

When he was gone Mrs. Thropp beckoned Kedzie to sit by her on the chaise longue.

By the further addition of a back on one of the long sides, it became what we now call a chaise longue or sofa.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHAISE LONGUE

couch

nounsofa; long, upholstered furniture
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