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bathtub a large basin in which a person can sit and bathe.
box1 an enclosed area in a theater where spectators sit. [1/9 definitions]
brood to sit on (eggs) and cause to hatch. [2/7 definitions]
chair a piece of furniture, usu. with a back and four legs, for one person to sit on. [1/5 definitions]
couch a large piece of upholstered furniture with a back and usu. with arms, on which several people can sit or one can lie; sofa. [1/4 definitions]
counter1 a high, flat surface, usu. long and narrow and with a solid or bulky base, at which people sit on stools or stand to transact business, eat, or prepare food. [1/2 definitions]
dugout a usu. sunken area with benches on which baseball players can sit during a game when they are not actively participating. [1/3 definitions]
get up to stand up or sit up. [1/2 definitions]
grandstand those people who sit in a grandstand, or the spectators generally. [1/5 definitions]
intransitive in grammar, indicating a verb that does not take a direct object, such as "sit". [1/2 definitions]
lounge to lie, sit, walk, or the like lazily or leisurely (often fol. by around or along). [1/8 definitions]
musical chairs a children's game in which circling players try to sit in empty chairs when the music stops, with one player being eliminated each time until only one chair and two players remain for the final.
outsit to sit longer than (someone or something); outwait. [2 definitions]
perch1 a rod, branch, or the like on which birds sit. [2/6 definitions]
ride to sit on the back of a horse or other animal and direct its movement. [2/16 definitions]
sat past tense and past participle of sit.
seat a space in which one may sit. [2/9 definitions]
set of a hen, to sit on eggs. [1/25 definitions]
settee a seat with a back and usu. arms, on which two or more persons can sit.
sink to sit, lie, kneel, or the like (often fol. by down). [1/11 definitions]
sit-down a strike in which workers remain at their place of employment until an agreement is reached; sit-down strike. [1/2 definitions]