Morris chair

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Morris chair

A large reclining chair with arms and removable cushions.

[After William Morris.]

Morris chair

(Furniture) an armchair with an adjustable back and large cushions
[C19: named after William Morris]

Mor′ris chair`

a large armchair with an adjustable back and removable cushions.
[1895–1900; after William Morris]

morris chair

A large easy chair with an adjustable back and big loose cushions.
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Noun1.morris chair - an armchair with an adjustable backMorris chair - an armchair with an adjustable back
armchair - chair with a support on each side for arms
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When the cure was accomplished, she led him into the parlor, where, by the open window, they succeeded in occupying the same Morris chair. It was the most expensive comfort in the house.
Though a stranger in the house he finally isolated himself in the midst of the company, huddling into a capacious Morris chair and reading steadily from a thin volume he had drawn from his pocket.
Your recliner chair is a Morris chair. William Morris was a recognized designer and writer in London, England, in the late 1800s.
Morris Chair of Excellence, International Economics, The University of Memphis
Stickley settle (in foreground at left), and a Morris chair (by the fireplace, page 100).
In the late 19th century, William Morris, a British artist and founder of The Arts & Crafts Movement, devised a recliner (called the Morris Chair) in manly wood and comfy leather.
He is credited with the McKinley chair, the Morris chair, and the first revolving and reclining office chair.
In 1898, Kendall designed and produced his version of the English-designed Morris chair. Kendall's version made its way to the White House and became known as the (President William) McKinley chair.
Now I'm thinking about how jay's Morris chair is implicated in all this.
Readymades were his things, like the chests of drawers and the Morris chair. His sister understood that about them, which is why she threw the old thing out.
Your Morris chair should be insured in the range of $800 to $1,200.

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