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Furniture

Fur´ni`ture
n.1.That with which anything is furnished or supplied; supplies; outfit; equipment.
The form and all the furniture of the earth.
- Tillotson.
The thoughts which make the furniture of their minds.
- M. Arnold.
2.Articles used for convenience or decoration in a house or apartment, as tables, chairs, bedsteads, sofas, carpets, curtains, pictures, vases, etc.
3.(Naut.) The necessary appendages to anything, as to a machine, a carriage, a ship, etc.
4.(Mus.) A mixed or compound stop in an organ; - sometimes called mixture.
Noun1.furniture - furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
Intertype, Linotype, Monotype, accessories, accouterments, apparatus, appliances, appointments, appurtenances, armament, belongings, chattels, clobber, cold-type typesetting, composing, composing stick, composition, computerized typesetting, conveniences, devices, duffel, dummy, effects, equipage, equipment, facilities, facility, fittings, fixtures, furnishings, galley chase, gear, home furnishings, hot-metal typesetting, impedimenta, imposition, installations, justification, kit, layout, line of type, machinery, materiel, movables, munition, munitions, outfit, paraphernalia, photocomposition, photosetting, phototypesetter, phototypesetting machine, plant, plumbing, possessions, quoin, rig, rigging, setting, shit, slug, stock-in-trade, stuff, tack, tackle, things, trappings, typesetting, typesetting machine, utensils
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Furmonty
Furnace
Furnace bridge
Furnace cadmiam
Furnace hoist
furnace lining
furnace room
Furnariidae
Furnarius
Furniment
Furnish
furnished
furnished with
Furnisher
furnishings
Furnishment
-- Furniture --
furniture company
furniture maker
Furnivall
Furoin
furor
furore
furosemide
furred
furrfu
Furrier
Furriery
Furring
furring strip
Furrow
furrowed
Furrowy
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