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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreclinerre‧clin‧er /rɪˈklaɪnə $ -ər/ noun [countable] especially American English  a chair in which you can lean back at different angles
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reclinerI lay back on the hot canvas of a recliner and closed my eyes, soaking it in.I flung myself into his chair, the big recliner.He lies wooden and still as a log under a pink blanket on a blue recliner in his living room.One friend drives more than an hour every morning to lift Earley from his bed to his recliner.The company introduced a Missioninspired recliner with straight lines and vertical slats.I almost never talk to my dad so directly, and he sat down, my words pushing him into the recliner.
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