from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as music-stool.


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  • He knelt on a corner of the music-chair and clasped his arms tightly about her shoulders, pressing her cheek against his.

    The Orchard of Tears Sax Rohmer 1921

  • "What is that?" asked Levice, looking curiously at his nephew, who, turning on his music-chair, took up his cigar again.

    Other Things Being Equal Emma Wolf 1898

  • He partly turned on the music-chair, and regarded her questioningly, never, however, lifting his hands from the keys as he played a softly passionate minor strain.

    Other Things Being Equal Emma Wolf 1898


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