armchair sleuths have been competing for years to determine the identity of one of the most notorious serial killers.
We need a generation of hand-to-hand digital soldiers, not armchair generals.
And Kody, in jeans and striped button-down shirt, reclined in an armchair opposite Janelle.
The New York Post called it a “head fake,” and armchair physicians smelled a conspiracy.
Owen, coming down, seems more inclined to stay in his armchair.
He took off his coat, and slunk to his armchair, where he began to take off his boots.
I exclaimed, flinging myself into an armchair, "what does this man want now with me?"
The scribe waited to hear him pass up-stairs, or settle himself in an armchair in the kitchen.
The armchair excepted, she received him as she would have received the King.
Sir Thomas Gourlay had got up some hours before, and was seated in an armchair as she entered.