The Windsor chair he sat in was unstable—which presently afforded material for humour.
The Windsor chair, on the other hand, is mainly confined to the southern half of the country.
I rested both hands upon the arms of my Windsor chair and so managed to stand erect.
The Windsor chair in its early form is coincident with the early years of the eighteenth century.
But when she had poured the hot water into a bowl she sat down in the Windsor chair by the fire and gazed into the hot coals.
The Windsor chair, besides, is capable of much greater variety of form than the Austrian production.
The Windsor chair creaked under Saxham's heavy figure as he got up.
As a matter of fact, he was sitting trussed upon a Windsor chair in an underground thieves' cellar-kitchen.
The Windsor chair seems to have been first used for a rural seat in the grounds about Windsor castle, England; whence its name.
Priam sat down on a Windsor chair fearfully, like an intruder, his face towards the choir.