high chair

noun

Definition of high chair 

: a child's chair with long legs, a footrest, and usually a feeding tray

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There was even a small room for infants, complete with two high chairs, where two baby boys wore matching rugby style shirts with orange and white stripes. CBS News, "Audio tape purportedly of sobbing immigrant kids grabs spotlight," 19 June 2018 There was even a small room for infants, complete with two high chairs, where two baby boys wore matching rugby style shirts with orange and white stripes. CBS News, "Audio tape purportedly of sobbing immigrant kids grabs spotlight," 19 June 2018 There was even a small room for infants, complete with two high chairs, where two baby boys wore matching rugby style shirts with orange and white stripes. CBS News, "Audio tape purportedly of sobbing immigrant kids grabs spotlight," 19 June 2018 There was even a small room for infants, complete with two high chairs, where two baby boys wore matching rugby style shirts with orange and white stripes. Fox News, "Recording of crying children at US border adds to outrage," 18 June 2018 Ireland's stuffed Cat-in-the-Hat sat in a chair at a toy table across from a Cabbage Patch doll in a high chair. Glenn E. Rice, kansascity, "Grandma turns playhouse into memorial for granddaughters found dead in Clay County," 6 July 2018 There will also be clearer warning labels about tipping hazards on high chairs. Lindsey Murray, Good Housekeeping, "New High Chair Safety Standards Are Coming — Here's Everything You Need to Know," 21 June 2018 There was an 8-month-old, Roger, and a 1-year-old, Leah, giggling with other infants in high chairs. Silvia Foster-frau, San Antonio Express-News, "At a border immigration shelter: a room of infants; teen immigrants giving birth," 19 June 2018 After Wired reporter Lauren Goode asked if the diners had any allergies or needed a high chair, the AI app passed the call to a human operator at Google. Aaron Pressman, Fortune, "Data Sheet—Google's Duplex AI Proves Its Powers and Limitations," 28 June 2018

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1913, in the meaning defined above

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high chair

noun

English Language Learners Definition of high chair

: a child's chair that has long legs so that the child sits at the height of a dining table

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