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well-appointed

well–appointed

adjective well–ap·point·ed \ˈwel-ə-ˈpin-təd\

: having all the furniture, equipment, etc., that you need

Full Definition of WELL-APPOINTED

:  having good and complete equipment :  properly fitted out <a well–appointed house>

First Known Use of WELL-APPOINTED

1530

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