Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc.

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  • noun Plural form of appurtenance.
  • noun equipment used for a specific task or purpose; gear

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But none of these could have conceived of life without certain appurtenances of that position to which they and she had been born.

    Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land

  • They were, in short, appurtenances of the household.

    White Fang

  • But this was and is but very dark, in respect of that knowledge of sin with its appurtenances, which is to be obtained.

    Of Communion with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost

  • The more people from Mexico traveled to live and work in the USA, the more they came back with the appurtenances of the North of the Border holiday.

    D�a de Muertos vs. Halloween?

  • The more people from Mexico traveled to live and work in the USA, the more they came back with the appurtenances of the North of the Border holiday.

    D�a de Muertos vs. Halloween?

  • The more people from Mexico traveled to live and work in the USA, the more they came back with the appurtenances of the North of the Border holiday.

    D�a de Muertos vs. Halloween?

  • The more people from Mexico traveled to live and work in the USA, the more they came back with the appurtenances of the North of the Border holiday.

    D�a de Muertos vs. Halloween?

  • They ... they are appurtenances, and — ­and hereditaments, and such things.

    CHAPTER X

  • The more people from Mexico traveled to live and work in the USA, the more they came back with the appurtenances of the North of the Border holiday.

    D�a de Muertos vs. Halloween?

  • The more people from Mexico traveled to live and work in the USA, the more they came back with the appurtenances of the North of the Border holiday.

    D�a de Muertos vs. Halloween?

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