- furbishNewydd Weddfurbishesfurbishing
Verb(1) polish and make shiny
(1) Chris and Valery Yewdall were here over the weekend and we met up with them for a meal and a happy evening at the newly furbished Cricket Club Cafe.(2) A survey conducted by Beijing Children's Hospital found that 90 per cent of the children suffering from childhood leukemia in China were from houses which had been newly furbished .(3) They were always richly decorated and well furbished , not the squalor and darkness you would expect.(4) We cross the street and walk pass some bouncers and up some dark furbished stairs and into this mellow classy joint.(5) So, for example, the six furbishers have become the Collection Care Section, dealing with a wide range of preventive conservation and maintenance including cleaning, immediate repairs and box making.(6) One of the problems which faces the furbishers at Corpus Christi is the amount of previously applied British Museum Leather Dressing.(7) The suit he wore - Armani, she'd bet her life on it - she had already noticed the moment she'd walked into his organized and plushly furbished office.(8) It was plainly furbished , as the rest of the rooms would be.(9) It was a apartment building the rooms were nicely furbished and clean.(10) Like most taverns of underdeveloped areas, this particular watering hole was poorly furbished and far from hygienic.(11) Salem, Massachusetts was the main home base of the church with this particular building as a commune dormitory that had been furbished to house about thirty five members, 20 males and 15 females.(12) Aldan had furbished the extremely large room in the basement, previously used for storage, for the three young girls.(13) Rose bushes and all other kinds of hedges furbished the entire grounds, and though the house itself did not look as luxurious, even it was not what I had imagined.(14) For example, the Arkwrights (makers of arks or chests) are from Lancashire, the Crappers and Frobishers ( furbishers or cleaners of armour) are from Yorkshire, and the Dymonds are from Devon.(15) We spent the coming summer cleaning out the attic and furbishing it for me, that is when I wasn't working at Bashas├ö├ç├û to help earn some savings.(16) It was furbished in beige and other soft tones that went well with the wood floors, since it was on the third floor the balcony had a nice view.
(1) furbish up :: furbish fyny
1. buff ::
2. burnish ::
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