adjective Law·son \ˈlȯsən\

Definition of Lawson

  1. :  being of or belonging to an overstuffed furniture design marked by square seat cushions, short squarish back rests, and high square or roll arms a Lawson sofa furniture built on Lawson lines

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Origin and Etymology of lawson

after Thomas W. Lawson †1925 American financier for whom furniture of this kind was designed

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