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settee1 (hist.) vessel with lateen sails used in the Mediterranean. XVI (settea, later sattee, satia, settee). — It. saettia, held to be f. saetta arrow :- L. sagitta.

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settee

set·tee / seˈtē/ • n. a long upholstered seat for more than one person, typically with a back and arms.

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settee

settee2 seat to hold two or more persons. XVIII. of uncert. orig.

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