overstuffed chair

NOUN
  1. a comfortable upholstered armchair
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How To Use overstuffed chair In A Sentence

  • An overstuffed chair for the use of the interrogatee is sometimes preferable to a straight-backed, wooden chair because if he is made to stand for a lengthy period or is otherwise deprived of physical comfort, the contrast is intensified and increased disorientation results. The Dark Art of Interrogation
  • There is somebody sitting in one of those overstuffed chairs reading Le Monde.
  • I smiled and made myself comfortable in my usual corner in a big, squashy, overstuffed chair.
  • Rick opened the door to find a teenage girl lolling about the overstuffed chair in the room.
  • The twin overstuffed chairs were upholstered in a deep gold brocade.
  • A few overstuffed chairs were laid against the walls, and several bookshelves held old, dusty volumes that Liq had probably never even opened.
  • Speak ever so slowly, so carefully picking out which immaculately groomed flowers to point out to you, and then stepping quietly backwards in their oh so finely-turned out  gentlemen's clothes and letting you go on ahead to admire things from your own safely chosen distances, your own freedom's comfortable as a big fat overstuffed chair perspective. The Undertakers of the Dead by Unseen Hands
  • It was like a combination of a living room and a bedroom, with a big bed but also overstuffed chairs, bookshelves, and a TV.
  • The overstuffed chairs, the curtains, the rice-carved bed, the highboy, the bath fixtures, all evoked a sense of that decorous, long-past era.
  • After skiing, warm up with hot toddies in the log lodge, cozy with its Persian rugs, overstuffed chairs, slope-facing windows, and 175-ton stone fireplace.
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