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fauteuil

[ foh-til; French foh-tœ-yuh ]
/ ˈfoʊ tɪl; French foʊˈtœ yə /
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noun, plural fau·teuils [foh-tilz; French foh-tœ-yuh]. /ˈfoʊ tɪlz; French foʊˈtœ yə/.
French Furniture. an upholstered armchair, especially one with open sides.
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Origin of fauteuil

1735–45; <French; Old French faldestoel, faudestueil<Old Low Franconian *faldistôl;see faldstool
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British Dictionary definitions for fauteuil

fauteuil
/ (ˈfəʊtɜːɪ, French fotœj) /

noun
an armchair, the sides of which are not upholstered

Word Origin for fauteuil

C18: from French, from Old French faudestuel, folding chair, of Germanic origin; see faldstool
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