Appointment: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Hypernym Topic Usage
appointment 6 The act of putting a person into a non-elective position the appointment had to be approved by the whole committee Noun decision No Data No Data
date 3 A meeting arranged in advance she asked how to avoid kissing at the end of a date Noun meeting No Data No Data
engagement 2 A meeting arranged in advance she asked how to avoid kissing at the end of a date Noun meeting No Data No Data
appointee 2 A person who is appointed to a job or position No Data Noun person No Data No Data
appointment 1 A meeting arranged in advance she asked how to avoid kissing at the end of a date Noun meeting No Data No Data
appointment 1 (usually plural) furnishings and equipment (especially for a ship or hotel) No Data Noun furnishing No Data Plural
assignment 0 The act of putting a person into a non-elective position the appointment had to be approved by the whole committee Noun decision No Data No Data
designation 0 The act of putting a person into a non-elective position the appointment had to be approved by the whole committee Noun decision No Data No Data
naming 0 The act of putting a person into a non-elective position the appointment had to be approved by the whole committee Noun decision No Data No Data
fitting 0 (usually plural) furnishings and equipment (especially for a ship or hotel) No Data Noun furnishing No Data Plural
appointment 0 A person who is appointed to a job or position No Data Noun person No Data No Data
appointment 0 The job to which you are (or hope to be) appointed he applied for an appointment in the treasury Noun occupation No Data No Data
appointment 0 (law) the act of disposing of property by virtue of the power of appointment she allocated part of the trust to her church by appointment Noun disposal law No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Appointment" have?

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The word "Appointment" has 13 meanings. The most frequent meaning is appointment.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Appointment"?

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The word "Appointment" has 431 hyponyms which are: appointment, call, casting lots, move, resolution, conventicle, date, luncheon meeting, power breakfast, seance, visit, abator, abjurer, abomination, abstainer, achiever, acquaintance, acquirer, active, actor, adjudicator, admirer, adoptee, adult, adventurer, adversary, advisee, advocate, affiant, african, agnostic, amateur, amerindian, ancient, anomaly, anti-american, anti, applicant, appointee, appreciator, apprehender, aquarius, archaist, aries, arrogator, assessee, asthmatic, authority, autodidact, baby boomer, baby buster, bad guy, bad person, baldhead, balker, bather, beard, bedfellow, bereaved, best, birth, biter, black, blogger, blond, bluecoat, bodybuilder, bomber, brunet, bullfighter, buster, cancer, candidate, capitalist, capricorn, captor, case, cashier, celebrant, censor, chameleon, changer, charmer, child, chutzpanik, closer, clumsy person, collector, color-blind person, combatant, commoner, communicator, complexifier, compulsive, computer user, contemplative, contestant, convert, copycat, counter, counterterrorist, coward, crawler, creator, creature, creditor, cripple, dancer, dead person, deaf person, debaser, debtor, defecator, delayer, deliverer, demander, dieter, differentiator, disentangler, disputant, dissenter, divider, domestic partner, double, dresser, dribbler, drug user, dyslectic, ectomorph, effecter, elizabethan, emotional person, endomorph, engineer, enjoyer, enrollee, entertainer, ethnic, experimenter, expert, explorer, extrovert, face, faddist, faller, fastener, female, fiduciary, first-rater, follower, free agent, friend, fugitive, gainer, gambler, gatekeeper, gatherer, gemini, gentile, good guy, good person, granter, greeter, grinner, groaner, grunter, guesser, handicapped person, hater, heterosexual, homosexual, homunculus, hope, hoper, huddler, hugger, immune, individualist, inhabitant, innocent, insured, intellectual, interpreter, introvert, jat, jew, jewel, jumper, junior, juvenile, killer, kink, kneeler, knocker, knower, large person, latin, laugher, leader, learner, left-hander, leo, libra, life, lightning rod, linguist, literate, liver, longer, loose cannon, loved one, lover, machine, mailer, malcontent, male, man, man jack, manipulator, married, masturbator, measurer, mesomorph, mestizo, middlebrow, miracle man, misogamist, mixed-blood, modern, money handler, monolingual, mother hen, mouse, mutilator, namer, namesake, national, native, neglecter, neighbor, neutral, nondescript, nonmember, nonparticipant, nonpartisan, nonperson, nonreligious person, nonresident, nonsmoker, nonworker, nude, nurser, occultist, optimist, orphan, ostrich, ouster, outcaste, outdoorsman, owner, pamperer, pansexual, pardoner, partner, party, passer, peer, perceiver, percher, person of color, personage, personification, perspirer, philosopher, picker, pisces, pisser, planner, player, posturer, powderer, precursor, preserver, primitive, propositus, public relations person, pursuer, pussycat, quarter, quitter, radical, realist, rectifier, redhead, registrant, relative, reliever, religious person, repeater, rescuer, rester, restrainer, revenant, rich person, right-hander, riser, romper, roundhead, ruler, rusher, sagittarius, scientist, scorpio, scratcher, second-rater, seeder, seeker, segregate, self, sensualist, sentimentalist, sex object, sex symbol, shaker, showman, signer, simpleton, six-footer, skidder, slav, slave, sleepyhead, sloucher, small person, smasher, smiler, sneezer, sniffer, sniffler, snuffer, snuffler, socializer, sort, sounding board, sphinx, spitter, sport, sprawler, spurner, squinter, stifler, stigmatic, stooper, stranger, struggler, subject, supernumerary, surrenderer, survivalist, survivor, suspect, tagger, tapper, taurus, tempter, termer, terror, testator, thin person, third-rater, thrower, tiger, totemist, toucher, transfer, transsexual, transvestite, traveler, trier, turner, tyrant, undoer, unfortunate, unskilled person, unwelcome person, user, vanisher, victim, victorian, virgo, visionary, visually impaired person, waiter, waker, walk-in, wanter, ward, warrior, watcher, weakling, weasel, white, wiggler, winker, withholder, witness, worker, worldling, yawner, curtain, furniture, rug, accountancy, career, catering, confectionery, employment, farming, game, metier, photography, position, profession, trade, treadmill, abandonment, comb-out, giving, lending, mine disposal, sewage disposal.

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Is the word "Appointment" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Appointment" has a maximum frequency of 6.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Appointment"?

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The word "Appointment" has no synonyms.

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