captain's chair

  1. a wooden armchair with a saddle seat and a low back that has vertical spindles
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How To Use captain's chair In A Sentence

  • When their feeling for the river's lore drew them, by a spiritual gravitation, to a common centre -- to learn, for instance, that Council Bend and Council Island were named for one of those historic "confabs" between the white man and the red which shouldered the red brother once and forever away from the sunrise and across the great river -- that centre of gravity was the captain's chair, their tutor the first mate. Gideon's Band A Tale of the Mississippi
  • The second row comes either with a bench or captain's chairs, while the third row folds flat into the floor.
  • The throne room of the blockhouse was a rough, frontier affair, a rude dais made of slabs of stone with a captain's chair from one of the ships serving as a throne. The Brothers' War
  • The riders will now travel from stage to stage in comfy captain's chairs, with showers and refreshments close at hand. Armstrong's tour of duty
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