Definitions for "high chair"
a chair designed for feeding a very young child, having four long legs and a footrest and a detachable tray, which rests in front of the child, holds the food, and also serves as a restraint, to keep the child from falling out of the chair.
Slang for a heavy, wire, vaguely chair-shaped device used to hold steel reinforcement off the bottom of the slab during the placement of concrete. See bar chair and chair.
a children's chair to raise them to the height of adults for feeding
a throne for a small despot whose demands for another bite take precedence over others' needs