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window seat

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noun
a seat built beneath the sill of a recessed or other window.
a bench having two arms and no back.
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Origin of window seat

First recorded in 1745–55
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British Dictionary definitions for window seat

window seat

noun
a seat below a window, esp in a bay window
a seat beside a window in a bus, train, etc
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