arrangements

[ uh-reynj-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF arrangements

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No, that would take too long, and I have but an hour or two to make the arrangements.

The arrangements your father has made is one of provision against the unlikely.

Our arrangements were made by two, and are hardly to be broken by one.

Eileen's face was a tragedy when her uncle insisted on making the arrangements.

Then, without comment, he glided out to reverse all his arrangements.

I was put in charge of all the arrangements for looking after them.

And all these arrangements had been upset by the carelessness of a domestic.

Mr Mould and his men had not exaggerated the grandeur of the arrangements.

As Miss Fox was exactly informed of all our plans, she was able to copy them in her own arrangements.

In only one respect was she misinformed as to the arrangements for the morning.

WORD ORIGIN

1727, from French arrangement, from arranger "arrange" (see arrange).

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