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Noun
A thing made or used for sitting on, such as a chair or stool
“Keith watches me from his seat at the kitchen table, his eyes are a mix of anger, amazement and confusion.”
Noun
A principal site or location
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“He regarded it as the principal seat of the soul and the place in which all our thoughts are formed.”
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A person's buttocks
“The patient can then move his seat or legs.”
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A place in an elected legislative or other body
“A vacant senate seat is usually filled by appointment by the state's governor.”
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An ancestral home or mansion
“Our family had a country seat in Scotland.”
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The underlying cause or basis of something
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The basic cause, source, or origin of something
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Noun
A low cushioned seat with no back
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Where something is positioned or located
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The fact of being a member of a group
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A built-up area with a name, defined boundaries, and local government, that is larger than a village and generally smaller than a city
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A raised platform in a room for a high table, a seat of honour, a throne, or other dignified occupancy
Noun
A district represented by one or more elected officials
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A separate seat for one person, typically with a back and four legs
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Seat on horse
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A large building, typically of the medieval period, fortified against attack with thick walls, battlements, towers, and in many cases a moat
Noun
An object on which a bird alights or roosts, typically a branch or horizontal bar
Noun
A slow, regular movement of the sea in rolling waves that do not break
Verb
To place or position someone or something
“If you are a guest for dinner, they would seat you facing the door, and the host would sit with their back to the door.”
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To inaugurate into an office or an organization, especially cermonially
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To provide seats for
“But estate cars usually seat just five, and this good-looking car seats seven.”
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To place, lay or set firmly in surrounding matter
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To adopt or be in a position in which one's weight is supported by one's buttocks
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To inaugurate into an office or an organization, especially cermonially
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To be limp or droop downwards
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