upholster

[ uhp-hohl-ster, uh-pohl- ]
/ ʌpˈhoʊl stər, əˈpoʊl- /

verb (used with object)

to provide (chairs, sofas, etc.) with coverings, cushions, stuffing, springs, etc.
to furnish (an interior) with hangings, curtains, carpets, or the like.

Words nearby upholster

Origin of upholster

1850–55, Americanism; back formation from upholsterer

OTHER WORDS FROM upholster

re·up·hol·ster, verb (used with object)un·up·hol·stered, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for reupholster

upholster
/ (ʌpˈhəʊlstə) /

verb

(tr) to fit (chairs, sofas, etc) with padding, springs, webbing, and covering
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