chesterfield

Chesterfield - What does it mean?

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Chesterfield vs Davenport - What's the difference?

chesterfield | davenport |


As a proper noun chesterfield

is a market town in derbyshire, england.

As a noun davenport is

a large sofa, especially a formal one.

Chesterfield vs Victorian - What's the difference?

chesterfield | victorian |


As a proper noun chesterfield

is a market town in derbyshire, england.

As an adjective victorian is

of or relating to the reign of queen victoria or the period from 1837 to 1901.

As a noun victorian is

a person living, or born in that period, or exhibiting characteristics of the victorian period.

Derbyshire vs Chesterfield - What's the difference?

derbyshire | chesterfield |


As proper nouns the difference between derbyshire and chesterfield

is that derbyshire is a midland county of england bounded by south yorkshire, west yorkshire, greater manchester, leicestershire, nottinghamshire, staffordshire and cheshire while chesterfield is a market town in derbyshire, england.

Loveseat vs Chesterfield - What's the difference?

loveseat | chesterfield |


As nouns the difference between loveseat and chesterfield

is that loveseat is while chesterfield is a couch, sofa, or loveseat with padded arms and back of the same height, often curved outward at the top.

Sofa vs Chesterfield - What's the difference?

sofa | chesterfield |


As nouns the difference between sofa and chesterfield

is that sofa is an upholstered seat, typically having sides and back, long enough to accommodate two or more people while chesterfield is a couch, sofa, or loveseat with padded arms and back of the same height, often curved outward at the top.

Divan vs Chesterfield - What's the difference?

divan | chesterfield |


As nouns the difference between divan and chesterfield

is that divan is a couch- or sofa-like piece of furniture made of a mattress lying against the wall and either on the floor or an elevated structure while chesterfield is a couch, sofa, or loveseat with padded arms and back of the same height, often curved outward at the top.

Chesterfield vs Couch - What's the difference?

chesterfield | couch |

Chesterfield is a see also of couch.


As nouns the difference between chesterfield and couch

is that chesterfield is a couch, sofa, or loveseat with padded arms and back of the same height, often curved outward at the top while couch is an item of furniture for the comfortable seating of more than one person or couch can be couch grass, a species of persistent grass, (taxlink), usually considered a weed.

As a verb couch is

to lie down; to recline (upon a couch) or couch can be to phrase in a particular style, to use specific wording.