Definition of 'take the chair'
Example sentences containing 'take the chair'
THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
He did not take the chair that was offered him, but remained on his feet, leaning against a filing cabinet in order to dominate the room.DISPLACED PERSON (2002)
"It was less work to take the chair he held out for her than argue.KISS AN ANGEL (2002)
Definition of take the chair from the Collins English Dictionary
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