a chair that can be opened out to form a bed.
a day coach having two adjustable seats on each side of a central aisle. (not in technical use) parlor car.
a person who presides over a meeting, committee, board, etc. the administrative head of a department in a high school, college, or university. noun another word for chairman (sense 1) n. 1971, American English, from chair (n.) + person.
a molding on an interior wall for preventing the backs of chairs from rubbing against plaster. noun a piece of molding attached to a wall, usu. separating the dado or wainscot from the upper wall, which is used to prevent chair backs from damaging the wall Examples Installing a chair rail will create a dramatic […]
an article of furniture, produced especially in colonial America, that can serve as either a table or a chair, having, as a chair, a large, usually circular, hinged back that can be pulled down and rested on the arms to form a tabletop.