Definition of Barstool

1. Noun. A relatively high stool without a footrest or a back, found in bars. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Barstool

1. a stool in a barroom [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barstool

barrowfuls
barrowlike
barrows
barrowsful
barrulet
barrulets
barruly
bars
barse
barses
barside
barspin
barspins
barstaurant
barstaurants
barstool (current term)
barstooler
barstools
barstowite
bartelkeite
bartend
bartended
bartender
bartenders
bartending
bartends
barter
barter away
bartered
barterer

Literary usage of Barstool

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1. Adventure Guide to Jamaica by Paris Permenter (2005)
"... leaning on a barstool in the open-air, one-room rum shops that dot the island. INTERESTING FACT: Jamaica holds the record for number of bars per capita. ..."

2. Post Ex Sub Dis: Urban Fragmentations and Constructions by Ghent Urban Studies Team, Aaron Betsky (2002)
"He had the forthrightness of an old-school reporter on a barstool, and he described white people as being rather like Huns are said to have been long ..."

3. Romantic Weekends in Texas by Mary Lu Abbott (2003)
"Go ahead and admire the Monets and O'Keeffes, then hoist yourself onto a saddle barstool in a historic saloon. It's all part of the fun in a city without ..."

4. Daytrips Eastern Australia: 60 One Day Adventures by Car, Rail Or Bus by James Postell (2004)
"Sushi Train (2769 Cold Coast Highway, Surfers Paradise) Sit on a barstool, pick the succulent pieces of sushi you desire as the dishes pass by on a model ..."

5. Transsexuals: Life from Both Sides by Lynn Hubschman (1999)
"... a big satisfaction in being attractive as a female, but even though I was nervous and new to the bar, I had felt at home sitting there on the barstool. ..."

6. Sowboy by Richard Miller (2003)
"... a novel of promise, for it dealt with familiar subjects, like death; its cover displayed a skeleton, a barstool, a Buick blazoned on a black nag, ..."

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