Thesaurus / appointed
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A committee was also appointed to bring in an estimate of money necessary to be raised.
THE COLONIZATION OF NORTH AMERICAHERBERT EUGENE BOLTON
Henry Dunbar came forward into the light of the wax-candles, and gave the appointed answer.
HENRY DUNBARM. E. BRADDON
Nor was any mistress ever so beautiful and divine as this one, appointed to possess and be adored by us.
A PESSIMISTROBERT TIMSOL
He was appointed to succeed Tycho in the position of imperial mathematician.
GREAT ASTRONOMERSR. S. BALL
The day appointed for sailing was fast approaching, and had to make all speed to get through various engagements in Manilla.
KATHAY: A CRUISE IN THE CHINA SEASW. HASTINGS MACAULAY
On April 26, 1850, a committee of the assembly was appointed to inquire into the subject.
The sisterhood, appointed by her and entirely dependent upon her liberality, would treat her with the deference due to a queen.
LOUIS XIV., MAKERS OF HISTORY SERIESJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
Geoffrey had been appointed Archbishop of York in accordance with the wish that his father Henry had expressed on his death-bed.
RICHARD IJACOB ABBOTT
The message of the President was referred to a committee, of which Mr. Adams was appointed chairman.
MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.JOSIAH QUINCY
It is a fixed law that no servant can leave this place before the appointed time.
WORDS RELATED TO APPOINTED
- dead set on
- locked in
- set in stone
- solid as a rock
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