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well-appointed

[ wel-uh-poin-tid ]
/ ˈwɛl əˈpɔɪn tɪd /
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adjective
attractively equipped, arranged, or furnished, especially for comfort or convenience: a well-appointed room.
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Origin of well-appointed

First recorded in 1520–30

synonym study for well-appointed

See furnish.
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British Dictionary definitions for well-appointed

well-appointed

adjective (well appointed when postpositive)
well equipped or furnished; properly supplied
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