refurnish

verb re·fur·nish \ rē-ˈfər-nish \
Updated on: 15 Apr 2018

Definition of refurnish

: to furnish anew; especially : to equip with new or different furniture
  • refurnishing the lobby
  • A spare parlour and bedroom I refurnished entirely, with old mahogany and crimson upholstery …
  • —Charlotte Brontë

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First Known Use of refurnish

1531


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