- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of refurnish.
“Ideology is of no use to us in refurnishing the empty house.”
“But the most gratifying solution, the instant fix, comes from refurnishing my surroundings, instead of changing my life.”
“In later years after the children have worn out the furniture and the inside of the house, you can have fun redecorating or refurnishing.”
“When you are too preoccupied picking out the leather for your new executive jet, or refurnishing your third mansion in Cap D'Antibe, you don't have time to spend on corporate incidentals such as the details of an audited financial statement.”
“When, in fact, what may not get funded is refurnishing the kitchen or repainting the inside of the fire house!”
“But with its new paint and up-to-date refurnishing, fancy Daniel is just as full of happy customers.”
“We already know what Government is doing, refurnishing already plush surroundings.”
“Higher energy and food prices already were cutting into the amount of money consumers had to spend on clothes, gadgets and refurnishing their homes.”
“We´re refurnishing the HTMPL office and moving on, we might pop back somewhere in a future but basically this is it.”
“Some of the expenses you might want to think about, in addition to your refurnishing an office or buying new office equipment, such as computer or faxes, are subscriptions, professional associations.”
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