Definition of Sofas

1. Noun. (plural of sofa) ¹



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Definition of Sofas

1. sofa [n] - See also: sofa

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sofas

sods
soe
soever
sofa
sofa-bed
sofa-beds
sofa bed
sofa beds
sofa king
sofa painting
sofabed
sofabeds
sofar
sofars
sofas (current term)
sofer
soferim
sofers
soffioni
soffit
soffits
soffrito
soffritos
soficity
soft
soft-boiled
soft-cast steel
soft-coated wheaten terrier
soft-core

Literary usage of Sofas

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1. Furniture Masterpieces of Duncan Phyfe by Charles Over Cornelius (1922)
"II 1 ] I II THE FURNITURE sofas THE sofas are closely related to the chairs, which they frequently were made to match—that is to say, certain of the forms ..."

2. 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, ..."

3. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1906)
"These sofas may be cushioned to fill their backs together with bolsters at each end." The chairs match the sofas. The commode-table has four doors, ..."

4. Studies in Ancient Furniture: Couches and Beds of the Greeks, Etruscans and by Caroline Ransom Williams (1905)
"Legs curving out at the floor level, such as are common on modern sofas, ... It is surely not a flight of fancy to say that the Roman sofas are just the ..."

5. Colonial Furniture in America by Luke Vincent Lockwood (1901)
"VI SETTLES, COUCHES, AND sofas SETTLES THE settle seems to have been a direct evolution from the chest. \VH Pollen, in his book on furniture, says: "As the ..."

6. William Winston Seaton of the "National Intelligencer".: A Biographical Sketch by Josephine Seaton (1871)
"The company in the gallery seeing »few ladies very comfortably seated on the sofas, with warm foot-stools and other luxuries, did as they had a right to do, ..."

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