recliner

[ri-klahy-ner]
noun
1.
a person or thing that reclines.
2.
Also called reclining chair. an easy chair with a back and footrest adjustable up or down to the comfort of the user.

Origin:
1660–70; recline + -er1

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recliner (rɪˈklaɪnə)
 
n
a type of armchair having a back that can be adjusted to slope at various angles and, usually, a leg rest

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Example sentences
After dark the bed bugs would emerge from his recliner and tattered box-spring
  mattress to feed on his blood.
Vulgar fans, in my mind, have no place in sport besides their recliner.
With no home of his own, he sleeps curled up in a recliner at a friend's
  one-bedroom apartment.
Handicap-accessible rooms and rooms that include a recliner are also available.
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