And then, as I fell back into the fauteuil, there was borne on my consciousness a sound I had heard before.
Lebeau flung himself, with a wearied air, into the fauteuil.
First and second Princesses on a sofa, I at their right in a fauteuil, on my left the third Princess.
I wave my hand, and the lady sinks half languidly into a fauteuil.
Robespierre was reclining languidly in his fauteuil, his cadaverous countenance more jaded and fatigued than usual.
The etiquette of the ‘fauteuil’ and ‘chaise’ is explained in Mm.
Once in her room, with the lock turned on the outer world she sank into a fauteuil and pressed her burning face into her hands.
Her small feet—of which she had once been vain—rested on a fauteuil.
But he did not go to bed for that hour, he slept in a fauteuil.
Pasteur was elected to the fauteuil that had been occupied by Littr.