Recent Examples of high chair from the Web
Putting an infant in a high chair for time out, for example, is against state law.
Above him an eager playmate lets out a shriek trying to wiggle his way out of his high chair.
Trump is often lampooned as a baby or toddler with no impulse control—sitting on the potty tweeting, throwing around food from his high chair, being mollified with little rockets.
Cuisine: Northern Italian Kid-friendliness: One high chair.
Three giraffes for over $3,600, a pink nursery glider chair with a matching ottoman for $4,200, and $550 for a silver high chair.
There are accessories of every kind available for infants, including toys, cribs, high chairs and toddler beds, and some accessories for older kids, as well.
Parents and caregivers are advised to stop using the $99 high chair immediately.
Younger children are in the middle of the action instead of cordoned off in a booster or high chair, and the petite size promotes better posture since kids can reach the floor with their feet and don’t need to lean into the table to reach it.
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First Known Use of high chair
HIGH CHAIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of high chair for English Language Learners
: a child's chair that has long legs so that the child sits at the height of a dining table
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