a chair used by barbers, adjustable in height and having an adjustable headrest, back, and footrest.
English Furniture. a corner chair having a solid splat extending above the toprail to form a headrest.
You know, the barber chair is only so far from the sink, but there’s not room for two men between that and the sink.
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His parents sat him in the barber chair, and his hair filled up the entire shop!
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- Barber college
a school that trains barbers. Historical Examples The street was full of men carrying heat pistols, moving restlessly, facing the barber college. Rebels of the Red Planet Charles Louis Fontenay The employment agency will notify you to appear at the barber college for an interview. Rebels of the Red Planet Charles Louis Fontenay He was […]
- Barber’s itch
ringworm of the bearded areas of the face and neck, characterized by reddish patches; tinea barbae. noun any of various fungal infections of the bearded portion of the neck and face Technical name tinea barbae barber’s itch bar·ber’s itch (bär’bərz) n. Any of various skin eruptions on the face and neck, especially ringworm of the […]
- Barber of seville
Italian Il barbiere di Siviglia. a comic opera (1816) by Gioacchino Rossini based on a comedy (1775) by Beaumarchais.
- Barber pole
a pole with red and white spiral stripes symbolizing the barber’s former sideline of surgery. Historical Examples It is designed on the principle of the double stripes on a barber pole. The Car That Went Abroad Albert Bigelow Paine Also a cow with two calves—one a dark red one, and one spotted, even to its […]