Word "CHAIR" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
act or preside as chair, as of an academic department in a university
Synonyms:
chairman
Examples:
She chaired the department for many years

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization
Synonyms:
chairman, chairperson, chairwoman, president
Examples:
address your remarks to the chairperson

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
preside over
Synonyms:
lead, moderate

Crossword Clues for CHAIR

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Clue Source Date
Conservative with shock lead The Guardian Cryptic 07 Jun 2022
Seat The Telegraph Quick 03 May 2022
Preside over Thomas Joseph 27 Apr 2022
The one in it runs the meeting Irish Times Simplex 11 Mar 2022
Seat Universal 27 Jan 2022
Meeting leader The Washington Post 24 Jan 2022
Meeting leader LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2022
Seat for one The Times Concise 20 Jan 2022
Professorship for researching missing genres Irish Times Crosaire 08 Jan 2022
Single seat Irish Times Simplex 29 Dec 2021
GUNDE or LINNEBACK, at IKEA Universal 04 Nov 2021
Lead, as a meeting Universal 14 Aug 2021
The one in this runs the meeting Irish Times Simplex 31 Jul 2021
Key locks office The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Jul 2021
Committee leader LA Times Daily 15 Jul 2021
Committee leader The Washington Post 15 Jul 2021
Single seat The Telegraph Quick 23 Jun 2021
Single seat The Sun Two Speed 04 Mar 2021
Character behind church pew The Sun Two Speed 04 Mar 2021
Preside over Wall Street Journal 28 Jan 2021
Short talk with Irish president The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Jan 2021
Key locks office The Sun Two Speed 16 Jan 2021
Run and run in pursuit of tea The Telegraph Toughie 14 Jan 2021
Committee head LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2021
Committee head The Washington Post 04 Jan 2021
Place to sit Universal 27 Dec 2020
Preside over The Telegraph Quick 22 Nov 2020
Committee leader Newsday 25 Oct 2020
Item of furniture The Telegraph Quick 21 Sep 2020
Seat The Telegraph Quick 02 Aug 2020
Ski lift part Premier Sunday 24 May 2020
Department head The Washington Post 23 Apr 2020
Department head LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2020
Head of college locks position for its senior staff The Telegraph Toughie 22 Apr 2020
Barbershop sight Thomas Joseph 14 Apr 2020
Single seat Irish Times Simplex 24 Mar 2020
Waiting room seat LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2020
Waiting room seat The Washington Post 24 Mar 2020
Seat for one Irish Times Simplex 26 Feb 2020
Head of a department USA Today 20 Dec 2019
Seat Thomas Joseph 09 Dec 2019
Seat The Times Concise 18 Nov 2019
Oversee church music The Sun Two Speed 20 Oct 2019
Person presiding Newsday 04 Oct 2019
Preside over Thomas Joseph 17 Aug 2019
Committee head Universal 17 Aug 2019
Church attending character finds pew The Sun Two Speed 12 Jul 2019
Professorship The Sun Two Speed 12 Jul 2019
Preside at meeting The Telegraph Quick 06 Jul 2019
One of the overseas reports is on the committee Irish Times Crosaire 06 Jul 2019
Character seen behind church pew The Sun Two Speed 23 Jun 2019
Meeting leader The Times Concise 30 Apr 2019
Church with song and pew The Sun Two Speed 20 Feb 2019
Position for academic in church music The Sun Two Speed 16 Jan 2019
Committee head
Seat for one The Times Concise 04 Dec 2018
Committee leader LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2018
Committee leader The Washington Post 08 Nov 2018
Sitting place Universal 05 Sep 2018
Seat could help an individual rest initially The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Jun 2018
Professor of church music The Sun Two Speed 07 Jun 2018
Academic position in Windsor? The Sun Two Speed 29 Apr 2018
Run, as a committee meeting USA Today 06 Mar 2018
Committee head Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2018
Board runner New York Times 07 Feb 2018
Ersatz step stool Newsday 27 Jan 2018
Head a meeting Universal 13 Jan 2018
Head a meeting
Sitting place
Board runner
Committee leader
Seat Universal 24 Nov 2017
Formal recognizer Newsday 23 Sep 2017
Office accessory Universal 13 Aug 2017
Department runner Wall Street Journal 10 Aug 2017
Something to sit on right after tea The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Aug 2017
Preside over The Times Concise 06 Aug 2017
Committee head, briefly USA Today 29 Jul 2017
Position in an orchestra Wall Street Journal 14 Jun 2017
Professorship The Guardian Speedy 03 Jun 2017
Sitting target? Wall Street Journal 27 May 2017
Meeting bigwig New York Times 11 May 2017
Rocker, e.g LA Times Daily 25 Apr 2017
Rocker, e.g The Washington Post 25 Apr 2017
Dinette set item USA Today 24 Mar 2017
Consider initially what could get cut in professorial role? The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Jan 2017
Oversee church music Irish Times Crosaire 16 Jan 2017
Church voice and seat of authority The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Jan 2017
Rocker, e.g.
Meeting bigwig
Office accessory
Seat
Committee head, briefly
Dinette set item
Preside over key and locks The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Dec 2016
Committee runner Newsday 10 Jul 2016
Triumphantly elevate academic position The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Jun 2016
Run a meeting Eugene Sheffer 27 May 2016
Office-desk seat Newsday 25 Apr 2016
Salon furniture Newsday 09 Mar 2016
Professorship The Guardian Quick 06 Feb 2016
Yet it provides academic standing The Telegraph Cryptic 18 Jan 2016
Committee head Newsday 23 Aug 2015
Easy ___ New York Times 20 Aug 2015
Direct, as a meeting New York Times 19 Aug 2015
It has legs and feet and sometimes arms, but no hands New York Times 06 Aug 2015
Recliner, e.g Newsday 15 Jul 2015
Conservative's shock conduct The Telegraph Toughie 08 May 2015
Seat Irish Times Simplex 02 May 2015
One stuffing daily post in university The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Mar 2015
Offer to a guest LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2015
Recliner, e.g.
Easy ___
It has legs and feet and sometimes arms, but no hands
Offer to a guest
Committee head
Direct, as a meeting
Sitting target?
Tears for Fears "Songs From the Big ___"
Committee head
Preside over
Professorship
Stepladder alternative
Support for a hora honoree
Head, as a committee ... or a word that can follow the ends of 16-, 29-, 36-, 47- and 61-Across
Preside over, as a meeting
Preside over, as a committee
Preside over
Lead, as a committee
Committee head, briefly
Eastwood prop
Professorship
Leader of a meeting
Lead a discussion
A sitter employs one
Preside over
Equipment evaluated in ergonomics
Committee leader
You often see a lap in one
Preside over
Lead, as a committee
Place to sit
You often see a lap in one
Committee head
Board runner
Lion tamer's prop
It may play a rockin' role
Board runner
Run the meeting
Run a meeting
Conduct, in a way
Committee leader
One in charge
One with a gavel
Ottoman neighbor
Committee head
Drastic sentence, with "the"
Run the meeting
Lead the meeting
Run, as a meeting
Run the meeting
Position of authority
A sitter employs one
Dept. head
Preside over, as a committee
Preside over
Bridge seat, e.g.
Dept. head
Bridge seat, e.g.
Preside over
Meeting's leader
Committee head, briefly
Tennis authority
Board leader
Committee head
Seat
Hint to puzzle theme
Place to sit
Professorship
Run, in a way
Head of a meeting
Recliner, e.g.
Rocker, for one
Lion tamer's prop
Place to sit
Recliner, e.g.
Rocker, for one
Lead a meeting
Professorship, e.g.
Run a meeting
Committee head
Committee leader, briefly
Rocker, e.g.
Lead a discussion
Preside over, as a meeting
Position of authority
Word with easy or high
Run the meeting
Office worker's necessity
Council honcho
Preside over
Lead the meeting
Wimbledon umpire s place
Committee head
Eames piece
Desk go-with
Place to sit
34 Run the meeting
Run (a committee)
Professorship
Word with lift or man
Conduct, in a way
Run the meeting
Seat
Meeting master
Preside
Run, as a meeting
Saarinen's tulip, e.g.
Rocking ___
Bergère, e.g.
Run a meeting
Bergère
Going-to-Jerusalem prop
Preside over a meeting
Preside over
Take the gavel
Follower of easy or high
Item in a West Potomac Park memorial
Take the ___ (preside)
Morris or electric
Morris or high
Presiding officer
Preside at a meeting
Install in office
Sedan or morris
"The ___ recognizes . . . "
Presiding officer.
Kind of man, with gravel.
Office.
Rocker.
Professorship.
Authoritative position.
Sedan.
Presiding officer's post.
Gavel-wielder.
Gavel wielder.
Presiding officer of a meeting.
Morris or Windsor.
Lead a meeting
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