noun, plural chaise longues, French chaises longues [shez lawng] /ʃɛz ˈlɔ̃g/.
Origin of chaise longue
Examples from the Web for chaise longue
He brought a chair over beside the chaise-longue and sat down obediently, holding the small, fragrant fingers in his own.The Gorgeous Girl|Nalbro Bartley
The chaise-longue was covered with this same silk, as were the various chair cushions.
And the chaise-longue, or couch, as the case may be, should be both comfortable and beautiful.
She leaned back languidly in a chaise-longue, with a handkerchief dipped in cologne hiding her swollen eyes.Why Joan?|Eleanor Mercein Kelly
She stretched out on a chaise-longue in sheer physical delight.Cinderella Jane|Marjorie Benton Cooke