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seater

[see-ter] /ˈsi tər/
noun
1.
a person or thing that seats.
2.
a vehicle that seats a specified number of persons (usually used in combination):
The car is a four-seater.
Origin
1685-1695
1685-95; seat + -er1
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  • To modify the two-seater, push-prop plane and outfit it with rocket engines cost about half a million dollars.
  • Our pilot-guides flew us and our companions over the length of the park in two six-seater planes.
  • The portable two-seater is designed to cruise at a speed of five knots in sunny weather.
  • The company recently completed a rigorous flight testing schedule focused on the stall and spin characteristics of the two seater.
  • Credit a cult of buyers who made it the best-selling two-seater of all time, with more than a million produced.
  • It was a light weight two seater with reasonable size engine.
  • Mini unveiled its first two-seater today, a fun little box on wheels aimed at enthusiastic drivers.
  • The two-seater is designed to address environmental issues and alleviate traffic congestion.
  • It's a two-seater whose engine is in the wheels and which folds up for easy parking.
  • Take a spin around the pond in a two-seater or four-seater pedal boat.

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