from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of settee. (sailing vessel)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See 2d settee.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See settee.
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If you have a view that you like, you will not want to block it out with furniture, but if you don't want to look directly into your neighbor's house, you might consider blocking that view by placing the couch or setee with its back to the window.
The lower third is where your biggest piece of furniture will be, probably your couch or setee.
Somehow dad misses this blot on the landscape of my kitchen and walks to the fridge for milk and back to the kettle makes his coffee and walks into the living room and sits down on the setee.
I then spent the afternoon snuggled with Jean on the setee watching Mysterious Cities of Gold and eating popcorn - Jean was incredulous that the popcorn came out of bag and I didn't put the popping machine on :/ but she eat it anyway.
I slept on the setee at Annas flate watching for a good while some cute bloke on the TV going around the world via the Tropic of Capricorn, which was actually really interesting.
The air conditioning that doesnt work, my strange small beds and the setee in that odd perpendicular position on the floor, the good solid door with the two locks, my lovely wall window with its painfully familiar view of nothing that surprises me anymore.
Then to the realisation - Barabara thought that Tim was beating up Minni - Minni however was sitting on our setee, I thought it was Betsy who was sitting in the Mill - no it was a third Black cat - dadadadum!
At 11:02 this morning I saw Jean walk from the stairs to the setee!
Also apparently Barbara is upset that we have decided to get rid of the bed setee even though the matrice got absolutely sodden and it smells quiet bad.
But hes there, this 32 year old man, breathing on my setee.