Martha Washington chairnoun
Mar·tha Wash·ing·ton chair | \ ˈmärthəˈwä|shiŋtən-, -wȯ|\
Definition of Martha Washington chair
: a chair that has a high flat back, upholstery on seat and back, and open arms or none, is usually framed in mahogany, and was originally used in the later part of the 18th century
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