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arm·chair • n. / ˈärmˌche(ə)r/ a comfortable chair, typically upholstered, with side supports for a person's arms. • adj. lacking or not involving practical or direct experience of a particular subject or activity: armchair adventurers.

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armchair •armchair • deckchair • wheelchair •pushchair

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