Recent Examples of rocking chair from the Web
During his last Dear David encounter, Adam Ellis shared a terrifying video of David's haunted rocking chair moving by itself.
Then came a rocking chair to help other families whose children suffered from congenital heart conditions.
The children would cause trouble and the adults would just smile guiltily to themselves, amused by rocking chairs engineered onto rooftops, or pigs set free from sties.
Republicans’ pajama rebellion Give me liberty, or give me ... a rocking chair?
At 76, most folks are sitting in the rocking chair, reminiscing how cool life was and celebrating all their past accomplishments.
The first gift was a rocking chair, a standard memento handed out to retiring players after long careers.
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First Known Use of rocking chair
ROCKING CHAIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rocking chair for English Language Learners
: a chair that moves back and forth on rockers that are attached to its legs
ROCKING CHAIR Defined for Kids
Definition of rocking chair for Students
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