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Buying a couple pieces of furniture is one thing, Merech, and refurnishing your house is another.
It never struck the young man that the green silk damask and white ornaments in the drawing-room needed refurnishing.
THE FIRM OF NUCINGENHONORE DE BALZAC
Mr. Gaythorne talks of refurnishing the drawing-room, but it is not the least necessary.
Congress was considering an appropriation of five thousand dollars for refurnishing.
Elsie's taste had been consulted in all the refitting and refurnishing, and the whole effect was charming.
ELSIE'S WOMANHOODMARTHA FINLEY
Lady Sarah cast a glance round its regrettable newness; Jenny's refurnishing had not availed to obliterate all traces of that.
He would want their assistance in refurnishing his ancestral halls.
It is upholstering the hills, decorating the woods, and refurnishing the fields.
IN PASTURES GREENPETER MCARTHUR
Both the parlor and sitting-room need refurnishing; everything looks so faded and shabby, that I am ashamed to have any one call.
As to refurnishing the old house, and all that, I'll do anything that Miss Palliser may please.
PHINEAS REDUXANTHONY TROLLOPE

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