deck chair

NOUN
  1. a folding chair for use outdoors; a wooden frame supports a length of canvas
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How To Use deck chair In A Sentence

  • There in the middle was a solitary deck chair with the great man fast asleep and the cub wrapped in his arms.
  • You will have noticed that the deck chairs in square formation are grouped around a table and underneath beach umbrellas.
  • Hilbert and Lewis and Beryl sat in old-fashioned deck chairs with striped canvas seats.
  • Men and women lounge in striped deck chairs only to be replaced by distraught, fighting figures illuminated in flashing lights.
  • I spent Sunday reclining in a deck chair.
  • As though summoned by her thoughts, he appeared at the arm of her deck chair.
  • We could loll in the sun in deck chairs, or grab snorkels and flippers for a swim, or board a semisubmersible ship for a tour of the reef in comfort.
  • Lifelong Robins fan Gerald Woodvine, 60, from Calne, even spent a chilly night sleeping on a deck chair under a brolly so he could be guaranteed a ticket.
  • All that is needed is a deck chair and an unobscured view of the sky. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wittgenstein was a whizzkid who wanted to be an aviator and ended up teaching philosophy at Cambridge from a green deck chair.
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