Definition of Bath chair

1. Noun. A wheelchair usually pushed by an attendant, as at a spa.

Generic synonyms: Wheelchair

Definition of Bath chair

1. Noun. (historical) an early form of wheelchair with three wheels, used to transport ladies or invalids, common in Victorian England ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bath Chair

bath asparagus
bath bomb
bath bombs
bath book
bath books
bath chair (current term)
bath itch
bath kimono
bath linen
bath mat
bath mats
bath mitzvah
bath oil
bath powder
bath pruritus
bath salt
bath salts
bath soap
bath time
bath times

Literary usage of Bath chair

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1. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1883)
"Good opportunity for composing poems, Bath-chair Ballads (by A Bath Bunn—Ah ... Good notion, go on the Pier, sit in my Bath-chair, and recite my own poems. ..."

2. Our Sentimental Garden by Agnes Castle, Egerton Castle (1914)
"Loki's Grandfather took off his coat and marched up the slippery paths, the bath.chair bumping merrily after him. It is one of his male prerogatives to ..."

3. Captain Mayne Reid: His Life and Adventures by Elizabeth Hyde Reid, Charles Henry Coe (1900)
"... for Life—Literary Work—Removes to Another Locality— Daily Ramble in a Bath-Chair. " THE events of that memorable homeward voyage of my husband and self, ..."

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