Windsor chair definition by Webster's New World
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a style of wooden chair, esp. popular in 18th-cent. England and America, with spreading legs, a back of spindles, and usually a saddle seat
Windsor chair definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A wooden chair having a high spoked back, outward-slanting legs connected by a crossbar, and a saddle seat.
Origin: After Windsor2, England.