A shaded lamp burned softly on the center-table, and beside it stood the doctor's easy-chair and footrest.
I hear my name called, I lay aside my book and meerschaum, push back my footrest, and go to the door.
At this point Guilford Duncan impatiently kicked over his footrest, rose to his feet and began dressing for the out of doors.
In earlier forms it was used as a footrest to keep the feet from the damp or draughty rush floor.
Under the spell of the music he relaxed, pushed out the footrest of the chair, and lay back at ease, smoking dreamily.
Sometimes he lived, day and night, motionless in his invalid's chair, with his legs propped before him on a footrest.
He propped his feet on the footrest of the seat ahead of him, spoke to the other occupant of the seat.