appoint[ uh-point ]SEE DEFINITION OF appoint
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPOINT
"Then I must insist that you appoint your successor," said Aspasia.
It fell to young Ried to appoint the committee on decoration.
How would it do to appoint you, sir, to give us a few lectures in Hygiene?
Would it not be a good idea for you to appoint me your 'London agent?'
Ion replies that he is a foreigner, and the Athenians and Spartans will not appoint a foreigner to be their general.
And for this reason it is customary to appoint interpreters to be judges of the true inspiration.
Next, with the help of the Delphian Oracle, we will appoint festivals and sacrifices.
But if the legislator sees any one who is incurable, for him he will appoint a law and a penalty.
I appoint you general manager of the Fair Harbor, take it or leave it.
I propose to you that we appoint our leader here, Le Chapelier, to be that delegate.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR APPOINT
- build up
- draw up
- fill in
- fit out
- lay the groundwork
- make provision
- make up
- put in order
- put together
- smooth the way
- turn out
- warm up