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- v. furnish again, get new furnishing for
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To furnish again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To furnish or supply anew; refit with furniture.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. furnish with new or different furniture
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Consumers do not buy a new car, a new TV, or refurnish their house if they are uncertain about their next paycheck.
While your loved one is dealing with lawyers, realtors, child care services and more, you can help refurnish his or her home and make starting over an easier transition.
The designers make their money shopping for their clients so they want jobs where they can refurnish a room from top to bottom.
By this logic, everyone should burn the sofa and dining room set and refurnish the homestead every couple of years.
At the very least, you feel the need to repair, redecorate, or refurnish your home to make it a better reflection of who you have become and what you want to manifest further in your life.
COOPER: And on the money, they get $100,000 basically to redecorate or -- or refurnish things they want?
COOPER: And on the money they get $100,000 basically to redecorate or refurnish things they want?
"You could refurnish your house or flat, replace appliances that are past their best, or just treat yourself to something you've always wanted but have never been able to afford," says Paul Lasikiewicz.
Hezbollah has been handing out cash payments to people to rebuild and refurnish their homes, continuing to do states-like activities at a time when the Lebanese government is itself trying to show its ability to function as an effective state, both security-wise by deploying the army south of Lebanon, and the in security here in Beirut itself.
The Lady Arabella had contrived this year to spend ten weeks in town, which, by a little stretching, she made to pass for the season; and had managed, moreover, at last to refurnish, not ingloriously, the Portman Square drawing-room.