A Morris chair is an early type of reclining chair. The design was adapted by William Morris`s firm, Morris & Company from a prototype owned by Ephraim Colman in rural Sussex, England. It was first marketed around 1866. The design features a seat with a reclining back and moderately high armrests, ...
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[n] - an armchair with an adjustable back
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noun an armchair with an adjustable back
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chair named for William Morris, the English poet, painter, polemicist, and craftsman, who pioneered in the 19th century the production of functional ...
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A Morris chair is a large armchair with an adjustable back and loose, removable cushions, invented around 1897.
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Mor'ris-chair` noun [ Prob. from the proper name Morris .] A kind of easy-chair with a back which may be lowered or raised.
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• (n.) A kind of easy-chair with a back which may be lowered or raised.
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1) It has an adjustable back
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