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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-appointedˌwell-apˈpointed adjective formal  GOOD/EXCELLENTa well-appointed room, house, or hotel has attractive furniture and all the equipment that you need He showed me to a large, well-appointed room.
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well-appointedBedrooms are well-appointed and twins have a balcony overlooking the park.The least one expects to find is a well-appointed house with interesting decorative features.From his well-appointed quarters at the asylum, the Marquis has continued to write his famously horrid fiction.The chef also goes with scallops, and as we both eat contentedly, classical music wafts softly throughout the well-appointed room.Accommodation 237 well-appointed rooms with 2,3 or 4 beds, bath/shower and terrace.Maravilla Accommodation 285 well-appointed rooms with bath/shower, terrace, kitchenette and lounge with convertible sofa.Accommodation 270 well-appointed rooms with bath/shower, well equipped kitchenette and terrace.
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