house seat

house seat

n.
A seat in a theater that is reserved for a particular guest, as by management or a member of the production.

house′ seat`


n.
one of the theater seats reserved for friends or special guests of the producer, performers, etc.
[1945–50]
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This House seat hasn't been filled by a Democrat in past 15 years.
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