- a seat in a box at the theater, opera, etc.
Origin of box seat
Examples from the Web for box seat
Historical Examples of box seat
But he saluted them with "Good morning all," and leapt to the box-seat with Crow.The Manxman
No, I will go with you and I will speak for the box-seat, if it is not engaged.Buffalo Bill's Spy Trailer
Colonel Prentiss Ingraham
It was very wet, and so was I: for I had kept, according to custom, my box-seat.
However, Lawyer Jermyn had sat on that box-seat many and many a time.Felix Holt, The Radical
But he could not eliminate the man on the box-seat of the jigger-wagon.The Landloper
- a seat in a theatre box
- in the box seat British, Australian and NZ in the best position