[ UK /sɛtˈiː/ ]
NOUN
  1. a long wooden bench with a back
  2. a small sofa
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How To Use settee In A Sentence

  • We chose to sit on a comfortable settee rather than on hard chairs or impractical looking stools.
  • The set of at least eight chairs, two settees, and four stools was originally in Worsborough Hall in Barnsley, West Riding, Yorkshire.
  • While dockside or at anchor, the back of the helm seat may be flipped forward to make a U-shaped settee for entertaining.
  • The 1869 New York City Register listed Fiske as a manufacturer of ornamental ironwork; fountains, vases, statuary, settees and chairs, and cast-iron and wire railings, iron stable fixtures, copper weathervanes.
  • There is a navigation station between the head and the settee and a double quarter berth cabin aft along the port side.
  • One night we were sitting on the settee when he held my hand. The Sun
  • Even the best brocade wears out in time, and the delicate rose and blue coverings of the formal settees and wing armchairs had been mended and remended until they would stand repair no longer. Sweet Danger
  • When she turned, Harry was seated on the settee appearing rather at home.
  • Between the chairs and the settee was a wooden box. Ruby
  • No jumping up for a tickle when I've dropped my bag and sat down on the settee.
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