Etymology
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appointed (adj.)

with qualifying adverb, "equipped, furnished," 1530s, from past participle of appoint (v.) in specialized sense "equip, furnish" (late 15c.).

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Definitions of appointed

appointed (adj.)
subject to appointment;
Synonyms: appointive
appointed (adj.)
selected for a job;
the one appointed for guard duty
appointed (adj.)
fixed or established especially by order or command;
at the time appointed (or the appointed time)
Synonyms: decreed / ordained / prescribed
appointed (adj.)
provided with furnishing and accessories (especially of a tasteful kind);
a house that is beautifully appointed
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