1. (noun) A flexible chair; typically made from artificially grown leather interwoven with nanotube fibers containing sensors that automatically adjust to best meet the sitter’s comfort and health. The chair is normally sat in by a single owner, and is most comfortable for its long-term owner, but it can quickly learn new body types within one or two minutes. Some models include many additional features. One popular “extra” feature discourages popular pets; such as dogs, cats, catogs, or dogats from sitting on or even touching the chair with no harm or pain rendered to the pet.

[Origin] – “flexible” + “chair”

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