seat n

ON; see sit, v.

  1. Destined place; [metonymy] destiny; future; mansion.
  2. Phrase. “Judgment Seat”: throne; judge's chair; advocate's bar; justice bench; place where all mortals will have an interview on the Day of Judgment (see Romans 14:10).

seat [-ed, -s] v

see seat, n.

  1. Hold; have space for; provide a place for; allow enough room to accommodate.
  2. Provide a resting place for; [fig.] support; hold.
  3. Rest; settle; to take a place for.