An armchair with a back that can be adjusted to lean backward, and a footrest that can be moved up to support the legs, or folded under the chair when the person is sitting up; the back and footrest are often geared so that they move together, allowing the chair to be conveniently adjusted either for sitting up or for lying back; also called a reclining chair.
an armchair whose back can be lowered and foot can be raised to allow the sitter to recline in it
a chair whose back reclines
a piece of living room furniture , such as a large armchair or sofa that can be adjusted into a reclining position by lowering the back of the piece and raising the footrest
Lounge chair which adjusts to various positions. Usually incorporates a hidden footrest.
A chair or rocker that reclines back. Find a recliner.
Work chair that use a backward tilt rather than a forward sloping seat to promote an open thigh-to trunk angle.
Lounge chair with adjusts to various positions, including reclining; usually incorporated a hidden footrest.
A recliner is an armchair that reclines when the sitter lowers the chair's back and raises its front. It has a backrest that can be tilted back, causing a footrest to extend from the front.