chesterfield[ ches-ter-feeld ]SEE DEFINITION OF chesterfield
Synonyms for chesterfield
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He never can have read, no, he never can have been in a room with a volume of the divine Chesterfield.
Chesterfield pronounced it to be from the pen of Bolingbroke.
I turned about, and there stood my companion at Chesterfield.
She moves to the Chesterfield and leans against it, biting her nails.
She dropped her arms and fell back upon the chesterfield, insensible.
There was music in the magnificent parlor of a modern Chesterfield.
I agree with Chesterfield, who said that no gentleman should make that noise!
In the fashion of the age of Chesterfield they portray the perfect gentleman.
With a strange gurgling in his throat, he collapsed on the Chesterfield.
Yvonne rose from the Chesterfield and slowly walked back to the piano.