noun, plural cau·seuses [koh-zœz] /koʊˈzœz/. French Furniture.
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To his great surprise he could not detach himself from the causeuse.Devil Stories
She rustled away, and Mrs. Rolfe sank back on to the causeuse from which she had newly risen.
The second seat of the causeuse being unoccupied, Redgrave hereupon took possession of it.
She released one of his hands, and by the other led him to a causeuse near one of the splendidly curtained windows.Despair's Last Journey
David Christie Murray
My sister was on the causeuse, literally unable to rise from debility and agitation.Afloat And Ashore
James Fenimore Cooper