noun, plural fau·teuils [foh-tilz; French foh-tœ-yuh] /ˈfoʊ tɪlz; French foʊˈtœ yə/.
Origin of fauteuil
Examples from the Web for fauteuil
Historical Examples of fauteuil
The dame, according to her idle custom, was dozing in a fauteuil.An Eagle Flight
She has flung herself into a fauteuil, and sits in pensive attitude; of late, alas!The Death Shot
Lebeau flung himself, with a wearied air, into the fauteuil.The Parisians, Complete
I wave my hand, and the lady sinks half languidly into a fauteuil.
At last I was permitted to get up and recline in fauteuil or on sofa.