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The notion appointed is the 408th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 229.469 times within English Wikipedia. The part of speech is verb, past participle. The hyphenation is ap·point·ed. Here are sample usages of the term in full sentences: "... at Worms and was appointed to the Archbishopric of Hamburg."¹ "... Beatty was himself appointed First Sea Lord ..."² "... officials under state exemptions appointed by state Governor patronage ..."³ Reversely its written detnioppa. Anticipated, motivated und syndicated rhymes on it. The MD5 hash is 2160e6fb108f9be2300fde43ca3afd45 and the SHA1 checksum is fc1cd6acb4f505cadfbef5bcbc98eb6a95e6dc96. The dialable telephone number 277646833 accords this term.

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word name: appointed

part of speech: verb, past participle

lemma: appoint

replacement words: ordained prescribed appointive decreed

typical left word neighbours: was newly being subsequently been then be

typical right word neighbours: Minister professor manager Chief him governor Deputy

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These words hold an equal prefix:

The following notions have a similar suffix:

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