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polyfoam

[ pol-ee-fohm ]

noun

  1. a rigid, semirigid, or rubbery foam composed of minute bubbles of air or carbon dioxide embedded in a polymer matrix, often polyurethane: used in mattresses, padding, insulation, etc.


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The chair features a high-density polyfoam core, solid wood frame, and legs and can hold up to 350 pounds.

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