appointed

[ uh-poin-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF appointed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPOINTED

There, if it be your wish, I will propose you; messengers will be appointed to converse with you.

Therefore, I dismiss the fear of untimely separation from my appointed work.

Certainly he did not look much as though he were appointed for early death.

Two weeks before, teachers had been appointed to prepare a list of committees.

They have appointed thee in the place which should be theirs.

And it is manifest that for this country of Guayana the proper person has not been appointed.

Hinde had recently been appointed editor of the Evening Herald.

The day appointed for Christy's final determination arrived.

Mack, on his part, did not fail to praise the force which he was appointed to command.

Nelson, who was appointed to superintend the evacuation, frustrated these projects.

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