A piece of equipment necessary or useful for comfort or convenience.(noun)
The furniture, appliances, and other movable articles in a home or other building.(noun)
Wearing apparel and accessories.(noun)
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Use "furnishing" in a sentence
"Nancy finished what she termed furnishing: out went the horsehair, the hideous chandeliers, the stuffy books, the Recamier statuary, and an army of upholsterers, wood-workers, etc., from Boston and New York invaded the place."
"Meanwhile, the Obama campaign said it would begin furnishing the cities and states of its bundlers on its Web site — the campaign currently publishes the names of all of its bundlers who raise more than $50,000, $100,000 and $200,000 but provides no other information."
"After the death of Henry VIII, the princesses were able to assume full control in furnishing their households."