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cacqueteuse

[ kak-uh-tooz; French kakuh-tœz ]
/ ˌkæk əˈtuz; French kakəˈtœz /
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noun, plural cac·que·teus·es [kak-uh-too-ziz; French kakuh-tœz]. /ˌkæk əˈtu zɪz; French kakəˈtœz/.
a narrow, upright armchair of 16th-century France, having widely splayed arms and a very narrow back.
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Origin of cacqueteuse

<French, equivalent to caquet(er) to chatter + -euse-euse
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