appointed

  • 1 appointed — adj. 1. having acquired an office or responsibility through appointment; said of officials, and contrasting with {elected}. [WordNet 1.5] 2. fixed or established by order or command. Syn: decreed, ordained, prescribed. [WordNet 1.5] 3. provided… …

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  • 2 appointed — index select Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 appointed — (adj.) with qualifying adverb, equipped, furnished, 1530s, from pp. of APPOINT (Cf. appoint) (v.) …

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  • 4 Appointed — Appoint Ap*point ([a^]p*point ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Appointed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Appointing}.] [OE. appointen, apointen, OF. apointier to prepare, arrange, lean, place, F. appointer to give a salary, refer a cause, fr. LL. appunctare to bring… …

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  • 5 -appointed — [[t] əpɔ͟ɪntɪd[/t]] COMB in ADJ GRADED appointed combines with adverbs to form adjectives such as well appointed that describe a building or room that is equipped or furnished in the way that is mentioned. [WRITTEN] → See also self appointed… …

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  • 6 appointed — /euh poyn tid/, adj. 1. by, through, or as a result of an appointment (often in contrast with elected): an appointed official. 2. predetermined; arranged; set: They met at the appointed time in the appointed place. 3. provided with what is… …

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  • 7 appointed — adjective 1. subject to appointment (Freq. 2) • Syn: ↑appointive • Ant: ↑elective (for: ↑appointive) • Similar to: ↑nominated, ↑ …

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  • 8 appointed — UK [əˈpɔɪntɪd] / US [əˈpɔɪntəd] adjective a building or room that is beautifully appointed, well appointed etc has everything you need and is decorated very well a luxuriously appointed hotel …

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  • 9 appointed — furnished furnished adj. provided with necessary furnishings; used especially of rented apartments having furniture included in the rental price; as, a furnished apartment. Opposite of {unfurnished}. [Narrower terms: {stocked, stocked with ;… …

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  • 10 appointed — ap|point|ed [ ə pɔıntəd ] adjective a building or room that is beautifully appointed, well appointed, etc. has everything you need and is decorated very well …

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  • 11 appointed — [[t]əpɔ͟ɪntɪd[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n If something happens at the appointed time, it happens at the time that was decided in advance. [FORMAL] The appointed hour of the ceremony was drawing nearer …

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  • 12 appointed — adjective 1) at the appointed time Syn: scheduled, arranged, prearranged, specified, agreed, designated, allotted, set, fixed 2) a well appointed room Syn: furnished, decorated …

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  • 13 appointed — adj. Appointed is used with these nouns: ↑representative, ↑time …

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  • 14 appointed — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. selected, chosen, delegated; see named 2 …

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  • 15 appointed — adj. nominated; set, fixed; equipped, furnished ap·point || É™ pɔɪnt v. nominate; designate …

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  • 16 appointed — adjective 1》 (of a time or place) designated. 2》 equipped or furnished in a specified way …

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  • 17 appointed representative — Broadly, a person (other than an authorised person) who: • Has a contract with an authorised person (his principal) which permits or requires him to carry on business of a description prescribed in the Appointed Representatives Regulations and… …

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  • 18 appointed counsel — >> counsel (assigned counsel). Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …

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  • 19 appointed group — index commission (agency), committee Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 20 appointed representative — A person conducting investment business, but exempt from the need to seek authorisation. The responsibility to control these persons, typically self employed individuals, is borne by an authorised person. The more formal name for a tied agent.… …

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