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appointed

[ uh-poin-tid ]
/ əˈpɔɪn tɪd /
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adjective
by, through, or as a result of an appointment (often in contrast with elected): an appointed official.
predetermined; arranged; set: They met at the appointed time in the appointed place.
provided with what is necessary; equipped; furnished: a beautifully appointed office.
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Origin of appointed

First recorded in 1525–35; appoint + -ed2

synonym study for appointed

See furnish.

OTHER WORDS FROM appointed

qua·si-ap·point·ed, adjectiveun·ap·point·ed, adjective
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