n. An inadequate piece of furniture.
Usage examples of "stick of furniture".
Considering the house was Mrs Wrangton's and every stick of furniture in it belonged to her, I used to think they were very ungrateful.
I want to hear about every stick of furniture, every floor, every ceiling,”.
Every stick of furniture had been cleared out of it, even the rugs, and the stone floor was polished to a bright gleam.
Overall, his mien was intimidating, yet not malevolent, could one but look beyond the hard, mesmerizing eyes which flicked about the room, taking in Cecilia, her attire, and every stick of furniture in about two seconds.
Every painting and ornament, every piece of tech and stick of furniture, held its own special memory.
Every stick of furniture had been wrecked or overturned, and in some cases reduced to little more than kindling.