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guérite

[ gey-reet; French gey-reet ]
/ geɪˈrit; French geɪˈrit /
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noun, plural gué·rites [gey-reets; French gey-reet]. /geɪˈrits; French geɪˈrit/. French Furniture.
a wicker chair having a tall back arched over the seat to form a hood.
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Origin of guérite

1700–10; <French, Middle French, probably alteration of Old French garite watchtower; see garret1
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