a stool or seat, usually high and having a round, cushioned top, of a type often used for seating customers at a bar.
Does he pick up yet another identity, a cast-off item left on a barstool?
‘Mad Men’ Season 6 Review: Triumphant, Lyrical, and Way Existential Jace Lacob April 2, 2013
Who would deserve a barstool in the lineup of Great American Fathers?
Sage Advice from Famous Dads Bruce Feiler June 18, 2010
Like any cloud-headed student or barstool idealist, he just wanted to change the world.
How to Save a Million Lives Joshua Robinson October 12, 2010
While Harry was drawing the beer I walked string straight to the jukebox, clicked in a quarter, and stalked back to the barstool.
Cue for Quiet Thomas L. Sherred
also bar-stool, bar stool, 1910, from bar (n.2) + stool.
a city in S California. Contemporary Examples For a critique of the Barstow piece, read Andrew Ferguson, in Commentary. At Last, the Truth About Tea Partiers Tunku Varadarajan April 14, 2010 The Barstow Unified school district in California had just voted to close two schools to cut costs. Elon Musk-Backed SolarCity Thrives in Solar Power […]
- Bar syrup
simple syrup (def 1). a thick, sweet liquid, usually prepared from sugar and water and used chiefly as a base for soda fountain flavors.
- Bar tack
a close series of stitches crossing a piece of cloth, as in an article of clothing, in order to reinforce it at a point of concentrated strain. to sew or reinforce with bar tack. Historical Examples Such a buttonhole may be completed with a bar tack on each end. Textiles and Clothing Kate Heintz Watson […]
to serve or work as a bartender. Contemporary Examples Once I got hired, my friend told me not to wear what I would normally wear to bartend—in other words, tone down the cleavage. Illegal New York Poker Clubs: A Former Waitress Reveals What Goes on Inside Sara Copeland April 11, 2012