Seat

A seat is place to sit, often referring to the area one sits upon as opposed to other elements like armrests.

A seat is also known as a a bench, a chair, a chaise lounge, chesterfield, a couch, a davenport or a settee.

Read more about Seat:  Types of Seat, Etymology, In Literature

Famous quotes containing the word seat:

    There is a patent office at the seat of government of the universe, whose managers are as much interested in the dispersion of seeds as anybody at Washington can be, and their operations are infinitely more extensive and regular.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Tom took his whipping and went back to his seat not at all broken-hearted, for he thought it was possible that he had unknowingly upset the ink on the spelling-book himself, in some skylarking bout—he had denied it for form’s sake and because it was custom, and had stuck to the denial from principle.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    We imagine much more appropriately an artisan on his toilet seat or on his wife than a great president, venerable by his demeanor and his ability. It seems to us that they do not stoop from their lofty thrones even to live.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)