The Daily Pic: Rothko's $87 million picture – perfect for over a billionaire's sofa?
Peggy commits a grievous faux pas when she nervously eyes her purse—with a wad of cash inside—next to the sofa.
Louis threw himself on the sofa and flicked at flies with his eternal riding-whip.
The problem at the time was the Status of Forces Agreement (sofa).
She reminded me of a great loaf of white bread, plumped down on the sofa in its cellophane wrapping.
He led her to a sofa on one side of the hall and took a seat beside her.
He was placed upon a sofa in the dining-room from which he never moved.
The central couch or sofa (lectus medius) was the first place.
Then she lay down herself on the sofa beside her bed, sorely exhausted.
He wanted to sleep on the sofa down-stairs, but I wouldnt let him.
1620s, "raised section of a floor, covered with carpets and cushions," from Turkish sofa, from Arabic suffah "bench of stone or wood; a couch." Meaning "long stuffed seat for reclining" is recorded from 1717.