What is furnish?

  • (verb): Provide or furnish with.
    Synonyms: supply, provide, render
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on furnish:

Watercolor Painting - History - Paper - Furnish
... The traditional furnish or material content of watercolor papers is cellulose, a structural carbohydrate found in many plants ...
Odin, Illinois - Odin Coal Company
... WHEREAS, The said Odin Coal Company has failed repeatedly to furnish coal of the quantity and quality as stipulated and WHEREAS, There is no forfeiture or penalty ... Bullard read a proposition from the Sangamon Coal Company offering to furnish the University pea coal, two or three cars a week until April 1, at $1.20 per ton, f ...
Reginald Dwight - Personal Life - Sexuality and Family
... John began a relationship with David Furnish, a former advertising executive and now filmmaker ... John and Furnish entered a civil partnership on 21 December 2005 ... Their son, Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John, was born to a surrogate mother on 25 December 2010 in California ...
David Furnish - Life and Career
... David Furnish was born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada to Jack Furnish (retired, former director of Bristol-Myers) and Gladys Furnish (retired, homemaker) ... Furnish graduated from the Sir John A ... Furnish is co-chief of Rocket Pictures along with John ...
Cuban War Of Independence - The Spanish–American War
... when informed by Frederic Remington, whom he had hired to furnish illustrations for his newspaper, that conditions in Cuba were not bad enough to warrant hostilities, allegedly replied, "You ...

More definitions of "furnish":

  • (verb): Provide or equip with furniture.
    Example: "We furnished the house in the Biedermeyer style"

Famous quotes containing the word furnish:

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    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)