appoint (v.) Old form(s): appoynted
grant, provide, assign
E3 IV.ii.31[King Edward to Derby, of the poor Frenchmen] Command that victuals be appointed them
JC IV.i.30[Antony to Octavius, of his horse] I do appoint him store of provender
MW II.i.192[Shallow to Page, of Evans and Caius] My merry host hath ... appointed them contrary places
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