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wing chair

also wing·chair  (wĭng′châr′)
n.
An easy chair with a high back and side panels between the seat and armrests.

wing chair

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wingchair

n
(Furniture) an easy chair having wings on each side of the back

wing′ chair`


n.
a large upholstered chair having a high back with wings.
[1900–05]
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Noun1.wing chair - easy chair having wings on each side of a high backwing chair - easy chair having wings on each side of a high back
easy chair, lounge chair, overstuffed chair - a comfortable upholstered armchair
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It's a signature piece in our line and one of the most spectacular wing chairs we've ever seen.
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The atmosphere at Merry Jane's is restful and low-key, with two wing chairs in the middle of the store where shoppers can sit to watch friends model what they're trying on or sit to sip a cup of coffee or tea.
Wing chairs in the bar area are upholstered in snappy checked material, there is wooden furniture and a vaulted ceiling and beams add to the light and airy feel.
Several pieces of furniture, such as the wing chairs in the sitting room, have followed the family around from the previous house.
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We used black faux suede and the wrap-round detail is inspired by tradtional wing chairs.
Of course we've already got fancy steakhouses, but they've usually catered to the single male diner looking for an old-school gentleman's club atmosphere - leather wing chairs, a cigar after supper-type places.
A covered button of the same silk defines the base of each pleat, calling attention to the imposing appliques on the back of each of the cream slipcovered wing chairs that flank the fireplace.
Everything is for sale -- from the crystal chandeliers that hang in almost every room to the lime-green leather wing chairs, lipstick-pink velvet seats and the rubber-coated Georgian furniture on the terrace.
A group of four guests will be seated at a table, but if you have a party of three or fewer you'll sit on love seats and wing chairs around small tea tables.