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  • He would hold that seat for the rest of his life.
  • He held his parliamentary seat for the last four years of his life.
  • The black man sitting next to her gave up his seat.
  • It was believed at the time that the heart was the seat of intelligence.
  • No single party has yet won enough seats to form a government in its own right.
  • He held the seat until his death four years later.
  • This style, now known as the forward seat, is commonly used today.
  • They lost all of their six seats in the following month's general election.
  • The area has been the seat of the government of England for almost a thousand years.
  • He was elected to the executive committee in one of the two at-large seats.
  • The seat of power is there, but remains open to constant change.
  • There have been two major seat changes since then.
  • One member is selected in the single-seat constituency of the federal capital.
  • Despite winning the second most seats, they declined to form the official opposition.
  • The completed building now as a church seated fifteen-hundred people in the main room.
  • Each province, district, and municipality is named after its seat, which is usually the largest city.
  • B and D-models add a second seat behind the pilot for training.
  • In the USA and some other countries, a three-and-two seat plan is used.
  • There would still be some at-large seats under this format.
  • It is while sitting in the back seat together that they first kiss for real.
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Meaning of seat

  • noun A space reserved for sitting (as in a theater or on a train or airplane)
    he booked their seats in advance, he sat in someone else's place
  • noun Furniture that is designed for sitting on
    there were not enough seats for all the guests
  • noun Any support where you can sit (especially the part of a chair or bench etc. on which you sit)
    he dusted off the seat before sitting down
  • noun A center of authority (as a city from which authority is exercised)
  • noun The location (metaphorically speaking) where something is based
    the brain is said to be the seat of reason
  • noun The legal right to sit as a member in a legislative or similar body
    he was elected to a seat in the Senate
  • noun A part of a machine that supports or guides another part
  • noun The cloth covering for the buttocks
    the seat of his pants was worn through
  • verb Show to a seat; assign a seat for
    The host seated me next to Mrs. Smith
  • verb Be able to seat
    The theater seats 2,000
  • verb Put a seat on a chair
  • verb Provide with seats
    seat a concert hall
  • verb Place or attach firmly in or on a base
    seat the camera on the tripod
  • verb Place in or on a seat
    the mother seated the toddler on the high chair