n. (plural of seat English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: seat)
Usage examples of "seats".
But the room appeared to have a table and some seats, made out of the same colored material as the walls, ceiling, and floor, and placed similarly to a booth in a diner or fast food restaurant.
Native American, and laid it right behind the two seats in front of the shleetah maksheer.
Jenny led the way into the living room and they both sat down on the same seats as before.
Some people sat in the booth to the right of their potential seats, but they ignored her.
Diagonally to her right, across the expanse of the small tables and chairs, many soft, comfortable dark blue sofa seats, of varying lengths and sizes situated themselves next to the balcony.
Though the seats looked far more comfortable than the hard bar stool, she needed peaceful solitary now.
He touched a few buttons on the control panel, and then the whole place became orange, even the seats and control panel, although the buttons kept their own colors.
Also on her right, near the window, two large seats, like sofas, waited for weary bodies.
The two seats faced each other at a slight angle, fortunately, so everyone had an adequate view.
But anyway, where we entered was above most of the rows of seats, like maybe 20 or 30 rows up from the bottom platform, so we were looking down at his family.
He led us to the right, along a circular or curved walkway, toward another long hallway, between and under seats, which led to a doorway.
Harkoavians were entering at many levels of the rows, filling the seats to near capacity.
Now I could see- the circular seat rows were made of some sort of wood and appeared similar to bench seats, and attached to an olive green wall.
We had just come down stairs, passing a couple rows of seats, while it was still dark in there.
So did everyone else, leaving their seats and gathering closely around the control panel.