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seating

noun seat·ing \ˈsē-tiŋ\

: seats or places to sit

: a scheduled time when people are allowed into a performance, a meal, etc.

Full Definition of SEATING

1
a :  material for covering or upholstering seats
b :  a seat on or in which something rests <a valve seating>
2
:  the act of providing with seats

Examples of SEATING

  1. There won't be enough seating for everyone.
  2. The auditorium has seating for 400.
  3. There is additional seating on the deck.
  4. The auditorium has a seating capacity of 400.
  5. There are two seatings for tea.
  6. We bought tickets for the 5:30 seating of the show.

First Known Use of SEATING

1761

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