appointment[ uh-point-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appointment
Synonyms for appointment
- blind date
- zero hour
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPOINTMENT
Thompson came early on the following day, punctual to his appointment.
But the fact is I've got an appointment late this afternoon.
If we get him this appointment, it will be ample compensation, anyhow.
Mr. Roebuck gave notice of the appointment of his committee.
After a while he remembered his appointment with Katherine at three o'clock.
Then I got an appointment in an office in Falcon-court, and have held it just six months.
He can Take her In by not keeping his appointment, or—he can charter an omnibus if he likes.
Already, as the car moved off, his mind was on his appointment for the evening.
On the day after her failure to keep her appointment with Wilson she had her half-holiday.
On the day when this was written, he received news of his appointment.
early 15c., "an agreement," also "a fixing of a date for official business," from Middle French apointement, from apointer (see appoint). Meaning "act of placing in office" is attested from 1650s.