verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Idioms for seat
Origin of seat
OTHER WORDS FROM seat
Words nearby seat
Example sentences from the Web for seated
But it goes wrong and the man shot--he's seated in a box--pitches forward and tumbles into the seats below.
“The lovers are seated across the room from each other,” he begins in his deliberate tones.
The Barclays Center where the Duke and Duchess will be seated would have stood in thick of where the pivotal action transpired.The British Royals Reinvade Brooklyn: William and Kate Come Watch Basketball on Historic Battle Site|Justin Jones|December 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Try holding your breath waiting for that, especially with the new more conservative Senate that will be seated on January 3.
To this, Clinton, seated on stage, merely turned up her palms and shrugged.
Coupeau moved the chairs forward and seated Gervaise by the curtain.L'Assommoir|Emile Zola
I could feel, in the cottage of such a peasant, and seated beside such men as his two sons, the full force of the remark.Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume 2|Alexander Leighton
Caroline and Beatrix had no lack of society, seated in their saddles outside.Abington Abbey|Archibald Marshall
Rose pointed out to me Mrs. Shelton, seated conspicuously in front of the platform, facing the lecturer.The Home Life of Poe|Susan Archer Weiss
Beside his cot was seated his mother; his wife, bent over the bed, held her infant in her arms.The Sword of Honor, volumes 1 & 2|Eugne Sue
British Dictionary definitions for seated
Derived forms of seatseatless, adjective
Word Origin for seat
Idioms and Phrases with seated
In addition to the idiom beginning with seat
- seat of the pants, by the
- backseat driver
- catbird seat
- hot seat
- in the driver's seat
- ringside seat
- take a back seat