Definition of Settees

1. Noun. (plural of settee) ¹



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Definition of Settees

1. settee [n] - See also: settee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Settees

sets aside
sets back
sets fire
sets foot
sets forth
sets in
sets off
sets on fire
sets out
sets sail
sets up
setscrew
setscrews
sett
settee
settees (current term)
setter
settered
settering
setterlike
setters
setterwort
setterworts
settest
setteth
setting
setting about
setting apart
setting aside
setting back

Literary usage of Settees

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Colonial Furniture in America by Luke Vincent Lockwood (1913)
"VIII settees, COUCH ES, AND SOFAS THE words settee and sofa have often been used interchangeably, and there seems to have been no uniformity in their use, ..."

2. Due Reverence: Antiques in the Possession of the American Philosophical Society by Murphy D. Smith (1992)
"The settees are 43" high," wide and 21" deep/" This furniture is a great favorite with the members and it receive-- hea\\ wear during the biannual meetings ..."

3. Due Reverence: Antiques in the Possession of the American Philosophical Society by Murphy D. Smith (1992)
"The settees are 43" high," wide and 21" deep.20 This furniture is a great favorite with the members and it receives heavy wear during the biannual meetings ..."

4. Annual Report (1903)
"settees and Tables. During the winter and early spring all of the Park settees and tables were repaired and repainted and the Shelter building at the Three ..."

5. Practical Illustrations of the Principles of School Architecture by Henry Barnard (1851)
"Such settees are well adapted for recitation-rooms, the walls of school-rooms, for the accommodation of visitors, or for any position where permanent ..."

6. School Architecture: Or, Contributions to the Improvement of School-houses by Henry Barnard (1855)
"Such settees are well adapted for recitation-rooms, the walls of school-rooms, for the accommodation of visitors, or for any position where permanent ..."

7. The Pleasures of Collecting by Gardner Callahan Teall (1920)
"For this reason the Jacobean settees are for greater part of walnut. The William and Mary period settees found the double chair back in favor, ..."

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