appointment (n.)
equipment, effects, weaponry
1H4 I.ii.173[Prince Hal to Poins, of their companions] they will know us ... by our habits, and by every other appointment to be ourselves
Ham IV.vi.16[Hamlet to Horatio, by letter] a pirate of very warlike appointment
R2 III.iii.53[Bolingbroke to Northumberland] from this castle's tattered battlements / Our fair appointments may be well perused
TC IV.v.1[Agamemnon to Ajax] Here art thou in appointment fresh and fair
TNK I.iv.15[Herald to Theseus, of Palamon and Arcite] Men of great quality, as may be judged / By their appointment
TNK III.i.40[Palamon to Arcite] I'll prove it ... with these hands, / Void of appointment, that thou liest
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