Difference between furnish-appoint and appoint




  1. create and charge with a task or function
  2. furnish
  3. assign a duty, responsibility or obligation to


He did not seem overcome with pleasure at the idea of Philippa's visit, and she felt a little disappointed, but she had been interested in his talk; and as she went back to the house with Miss Mervyn, her mind was so full of it, that she felt obliged to tell her all about Tuvvy and Dennis, and her own plans for Becky's benefit.

He would make an appointment with him to straighten out a couple of things.

We stood our ground, revised the dummy a couple of times and appointed a printer.

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