English version

wing chair

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwing chairˈwing chair noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 a comfortable chair with a high back and pieces pointing forward on each side where you can rest your head
Examples from the Corpus
wing chairHe would be reading, and she would be sitting across from him in a wing chair.Barnabas leapt from the sofa and dashed after the biscuit that had skidded under a wing chair.She knocked and opened the door and saw Patrick asleep in his wing chair.One large wing chair in an attractive pale pink fabric blends perfectly with the dual colour scheme.The big leather wing chair that usually faced the doorway in the library was turned around.
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