Many others not here mentioned were untiring in answering questions and furnishing needed information.
In these Notes I am furnishing a key to the persons referred to in the article.
Eviden′tial, Eviden′tiary, furnishing evidence: tending to prove.
This was furnished daintily and with great taste in color and furnishing.
These facts being known, I am content to take on myself the merit or demerit of furnishing these supplies.
And as for plans, these furnishing fellows do all that—they don't care to be bothered with plans.'
Sometimes an old-time tavern had a special petty charm of its own, some peculiarity of furnishing or fare.
The rest of the furnishing was a rough bench and two decorated cabinets.
Both William and Mary were greatly interested in furnishing and furniture.
Unkind fate, furnishing no models, has produced originality.
mid-15c., from Middle French furniss-, present participle stem of furnir "furnish, accomplish," from Old French fornir (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *fornire, alteration of *fromire, from West Germanic *frumjan "forward movement, advancement" (cf. Old High German frumjan "to do, execute, provide"), from Proto-Germanic *fram- "forwards" (see from). Meaning "to provide" (something) is from 1520s. Related: Furnished; furnishing.