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club chair

n.
A heavily upholstered easy chair with arms and a low back.
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club′ chair`


n.
a heavily upholstered chair with a low back.
[1915]
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club chair

A deep, thickly upholstered easy chair with heavy arms and sides, and often a low back.
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