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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Furniture
ldoce_120_afootstoolfoot‧stool /ˈfʊtstuːl/ noun [countable]  DHFa low piece of furniture used to support your feet when you are sitting down
Examples from the Corpus
footstoolShe had lately taken up embroidery and was making, as her first effort, a floral tapestry cover for a footstool.If he had liked her less, would she have only gotten a footstool or an armchair?He looked at her feet, which were propped on a footstool.Made from rattan, the range comprises a two-seater sofa, chair, footstool, coffee table, side table and planter.For crying out loud, how many shows about recovering your favorite footstool can a normal person sit through?Carpet and a plastic footstool was damaged in the fire.They set the wheelchair down by Carlie's footstool.I sit by Raymond on the footstool of the easy chair he is occupying.
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