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Gammerstang commented on the word chair-days
(pl. noun) - (1) Old age, spent to a considerable extent resting in a chair.
--Albert Hyamson's Dictionary of English Phrases, 1922
(2) In thy Reverence, and thy Chaire-dayes, thus to die in Ruffian battel.
--William Shakespeare's 2 Henry VI, 1593
(3) Drooping chair, chair fit for old age; 1 Henry VI.
--C. Herford's Works of Shakespeare, 1902
January 17, 2018
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