Definition of Chaises

1. Noun. (plural of chaise) ¹



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Definition of Chaises

1. chaise [n] - See also: chaise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chaises

chairpersonships
chairs
chairship
chairships
chairward
chairwoman
chairwomanship
chairwomanships
chairwomen
chairwork
chais
chaise
chaise longue
chaise longues
chaise lounge
chaises (current term)
chaises longues
chaitya
chaityas
chaiwallah
chaiwallahs
chaja
chakacha
chakalaka
chakra
chakram
chakrams
chakras
chal
chalah

Literary usage of Chaises

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1. A Treatise on the Parties to Actions, and on Pleading: With Second and Third by Joseph Chitty, Thomas Chitty, John A. Dunlap, Edward Duncan Ingraham (1837)
"... of certain plate, linen, china, furniture,' as the case may *^£OHAL Dess, and of divers chaises and other carriages, or, ' of certain lighters and 9. ..."

2. Modern State Trials: Revised and Illustrated with Essays and Notes by William Charles Townsend (1850)
"Were the post-chaises together there?—No. Then how came you to say that ... They were about a hundred yards from the post-chaises when I first saw them. ..."

3. Travels in Russia: &c, &c by William Rae Wilson (1828)
"Some of the one- horse chaises, kept by persons for their own travelling, are remarkably neat. They are hung low, and have long shafts: the body is open, ..."

4. Highways and Horses by Athol Maudslay (1888)
"BEFORE speaking about post-chaises and post-boys it would be as well to speak not only of the origin of the word post but of the actual transmission of ..."

5. Common-place Book by Robert Southey, John Wood Warter (1850)
"First post-chaises two-wheeled. 281. Franks bought by the gross at 48*. from the poor relations of members of parliament, who supplied them on purpose to ..."

6. History of Haverhill, N. H. by John Quincy Bittinger (1888)
"... Pictures and Ornaments—Wooden Plates, Sanded Floors, and Hemlock Brooms Yield — First Four-wheeled Carriage—First Piano—chaises—Wagons—Clocks. ..."

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