from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having a full array of suitable equipment or furnishings: a well-appointed kitchen; a well-appointed suite.
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- adj. Properly equipped with a complete set of whatever equipment is needed
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Complete in appointment or equipment; furnished with all requisites; in good trim.
- Hence Dominant; protective; auspicious.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a full array of suitable equipment or furnishings
Last night ACPO refused to disclose how many apartments it was paying for, or who was receiving the perk, but all are said to be well-appointed homes close to Scotland Yard.
After a breakfast of hard biscuits and Nescafe Instant the well-appointed hotel insisted no real coffee available--too expensive to import, I shoulder a rucksack with lunch and camera gear and wander outside to something resembling a horse.
They were not faring as well with the Pakistanis, who continued to refuse to allow any outsiders to interview Khan in his well-appointed house arrest.
It's a dandy, well-appointed, small steam laundry.
The kit will be on TV screens only for the brief flashes of pre-match warm-up – and even then not for European games – so DHL is forking out to advertise on something that will primarily be worn around United's well-appointed Carrington training complex.
I met Schnabel, who is Jewish, in a well-appointed corner office overlooking Hollywood Blvd. and out onto hills, streets and sky drenched clean by torrential rains.
“Such a well-appointed room,” Miss Osborne commented, stepping around a ribboned hatbox as if she were avoiding a pile of dog waste.
They crossed a foyer and passed through a door into a well-appointed reception area.
Last but not least: the TriBeCa Performing Arts Center, on the campus of the Borough of Manhattan Community College, is a well-appointed house with 913 seats—and an orchestra pit.
Dan Neil reviews a $127,000 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG fastback sedan, which he says offers incredible in the comfort of a well-appointed sedan but the realities of physics render it also just a little bit spooky.