seatholder

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

seat +‎ holder

Noun[edit]

seatholder (plural seatholders)

  1. One who has a reserved seat (as in a church or sports stadium).
    • 2009 August 18, Judy Battista, “With Vick, the Eagles Up the Ante on the Wildcat”, in New York Times[1]:
      The Eagles incited anger among some of their fans —— the team sent a letter to its premium seatholders essentially asking for patience and understanding ——— and created a potentially season-long distraction for a Super Bowl -caliber team, all for the tantalizing prospect of what Vick can do for the offense in a package of plays that last year was widely viewed as little more than a charming gimmick.