You might want to look back over some of those 2008 margins before you settle into your easy chair tonight.
Nat found Mrs. Parloe sitting in an easy chair by a front window.
The father had his feet on a stool reclining in the big, easy chair.
The reply seems to be beating out a jest very thin; but gradually the easy chair contrives to explain.
Sir William, wrapped in his dressing-gown, was sitting up in an easy chair.
The poet attempted to speak, in the little stop he of the easy chair made for taking breath, but he was not suffered to do so.
She drew an easy chair to the fire, and when he was seated, came and stood over him.
Stepan Trofimovitch restrained himself and sank impressively into an easy chair.
Long usage had, for this Stubb, converted the jaws of death into an easy chair.
He was seated in an easy chair, before a kidney table at which he was writing.