Did you possibly mean deck-chair?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A folding chair that usually has arms and a leg rest.
- n. A folding chair in which a wooden frame supports a length of canvas; traditionally used on the beach or onboard a liner.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a folding chair, usually having arms and a full-length leg rest; -- used for relaxing on the deck of a ship, at poolside, etc. Also called
- n. a folding chair for use outdoors; a wooden frame supports a length of canvas
- deck + chair (Wiktionary)
“Leo Snyder and Quentin York wrestled each other in the water and Caroline Dale sat on Renny Williams’s lap on a deck chair and Melissa DeWhitt was putting lotion on Casey Chow’s back as she held up her long hair with one hand.”
“Back on board his schooner and dozing in a deck chair under a three - months-old magazine, David Grief was aroused by a sobbing, Blubbering noise from overside.”
“If he didn’t even want to stay in our cafeteria, he wasn’t likely to be found straddling some deck chair next to Evan O’Donnell and Jake Tafferty as they flung their wet heads around trying to splash girls.”
“A paperback, bookmarked halfwaythrough, lay in a deck chair facing the pond.”
‘deck chair’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for deck chair.