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upholstered

(əˈpolstɚd)
1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was a little upholstered, but not seriously impaired.
2. Go to (well-)upholstered.
See also: upholster

upholstered

verb
See also: upholster
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Dale Ray, project manager for upholstered furniture flammability with the CPSC, gave an update on the agency's efforts to address small open-flame ignition of upholstered furniture.
of mattresses and both open-flame and cigarette ignition of upholstered furniture.
The only concern that INDA members have had was with early CPSC approaches that effectively would have required upholstered furniture fabric to be back coated with FR chemicals in order to pass the ignition test.
The unanimous consensus of the group was that it favored a federal performance standard for upholstered furniture flammability.
Sculptural and upholstered in brilliant colours, the chair invites reclining.
It did not study the possible effects of the chemicals on those employed in the manufacture of treated fabrics or upholstered furniture.
Franklin manufactures upholstered chairs and sofas.
Some say that the bromides must be used in order to affix the chemical to the backing of an upholstered furniture fabric.
2214: upholstered two-seater sofa by Borge Mogensen.
A representative from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) also gave a much-anticipated update on the organization's involvement in fire-safety activities, especially regarding mattresses and upholstered furniture.
Consumer Product Safety Commission voted unanimously last month to consider the development of federal standards to reduce the risk of upholstered furniture fires started by lighted cigarettes and small, open flames.