appointments[ uh-point-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appointments
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPOINTMENTS
A professional would have been shocked by some of its appointments.
They appear to be entirely familiar with the house and all its appointments.
But when it comes to appointments and salaries, this absolute freedom must cease.
Nothing more simple can be imagined than the appointments of their monastery.
What means this, or who really is it that makes these appointments?'
His coach and four, and his outriders—for he had outriders—were admirable in all their appointments.
In 1898 the powers were extended to appointments of appraisers of estates.
The wisdom of the new President appeared in his appointments to office.
Thomas got into the boat, which was anything but a beauty in her shape and appointments.
All other appointments which had been made in a haphazard, irregular way were abolished.