seat

Part of speech: verb

To place on a seat; cause to sit down; have seats for; locate.

Part of speech: verb

To fix a seat on or in.

Part of speech: noun

That on which one sits; location; site; manner of sitting, as on horseback.

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Usage examples "seat":

  1. I went back and took my seat in the study hall. - "The-Life-of-Me-an-autobiography", Johnson, Clarence Edgar.
  2. The next instant Blaine was back in his seat. - "Our Pilots in the Air", Captain William B. Perry.
  3. I thought Mr. Marsham's seat was absolutely safe. - "The Testing of Diana Mallory", Mrs. Humphry Ward.