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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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furnishingsfur‧nish‧ings /ˈfɜːnɪʃɪŋz $ ˈfɜːr-/ noun [plural]  DHHthe furniture and other things, such as curtains, in a room a home furnishings store
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furnishingsHe began his retailing career in 1964 when he founded Habitat, a chain of stores selling well-designed modern furniture and furnishings.The beautiful furnishings are by Jan Lahofer.Lamps, decorative objects, rugs, wall coverings and fabrics are only a few of the most commonly licensed home furnishings.The world of new furnishings works just as well in the bedroom as in the lounge, dining room or kitchen.An assortment of furnishings and collectibles from all over the world will be available.Most of the decor in this part of the house was modelled after Hollywood's idea of elaborate period furnishings.Or the quality of student furnishings revealed in old photographs.Most of the furnishings had been stolen from the Sears & roebuck warehouse in Iowa City, Iowa.
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