Guerite



[gey-reet; French gey-reet] /geɪˈrit; French geɪˈrit/

noun, plural guérites
[gey-reets; French gey-reet] /geɪˈrits; French geɪˈrit/ (Show IPA). French Furniture.
1.
a wicker chair having a tall back arched over the seat to form a hood.

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