Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A usually high stool with a cushioned seat, used chiefly as seating for patrons at a bar.

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  • noun A relatively high stool without a footrest or a back, found in bars.

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Examples

  • Comments (3) 3 Responses to “A-Chair Collection by Werner Aisslinger” jacklyn on 08 Apr 2009 at 12: 36 pm # so fun! that barstool is amazing!

    A-Chair Collection by Werner Aisslinger

  • The problem from my barstool is that too many people who work well with children and "just LOVE (gush gush) books for children!" are not critics, and should not be writing reviews.

    The Tom and Daphne Show

  • Idiot of the pub: This girl (with the bright red hair) who fell off her barstool from a reasonable height.

    …Cider Friday « Sven’s guide to…

  • Every time you turn on the television, some Republican is ranting like the kind of barstool know-it-all who gives booze a bad name.

    Salon

  • Every time you turn on the television, some Republican is ranting like the kind of barstool know-it-all who gives booze a bad name.

    The Blue Voice

  • Every time you turn on the television, some Republican is ranting like the kind of barstool know-it-all who gives booze a bad name.

    Salon

  • Every time you turn on the television, some Republican is ranting like the kind of barstool know-it-all who gives booze a bad name.

    The Blue Voice

  • So when I turned on my seven-hundred-dollar heels to strut toward the bar, and over to where Mona was—perched up on a barstool with a frosty drink in her hand, like I wanted to be—I was slightly annoyed when some nigga grabbed me gently by the forearm, pulling me back to the floor.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • Shaking his finger, the old man came back to sit on the barstool.

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  • Nicolette is a theatrical know-it-all, muse, and barstool philosopher with a feminist bent.

    On June 6th in NYC, Sex Workers Take the Stage for the Sex Worker Cabaret « Bound, Not Gagged

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