Origin of upholster
OTHER WORDS FROM upholsterre·up·hol·ster, verb (used with object)un·up·hol·stered, adjective
How to use upholster in a sentence
Second class featured the same basic seating arrangement as third class, but with upholstered seating.
The Daily Pic: The late Alina Szapocnikow liked well-upholstered bodies.
Around the perimeter of the museum courtyard are tall thrones upholstered in white, reserved for the VIPs.
It had an upholstered seat and back, and the high arms were made more comfortable by a covering of the same material.A Little Union Scout|Joel Chandler Harris
Sprawled in a huge and softly upholstered chair at the window, he took his ease in his house.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
But she was not at that immense tyre slung with upholstered coaches, nor yet to be seen at the side-shows round about.Mushroom Town|Oliver Onions
In one part of it stood several upholstered chairs with covers on, cluttered about a plain table.Tramping on Life|Harry Kemp
They were upholstered with "bladder wrack," a most soft cushion, and in each box a white whale lay on these pneumatic cushions.