quasi appointed

appointed

[uh-poin-tid]
adjective
1.
by, through, or as a result of an appointment (often in contrast with elected ): an appointed official.
2.
predetermined; arranged; set: They met at the appointed time in the appointed place.
3.
provided with what is necessary; equipped; furnished: a beautifully appointed office.

Origin:
1525–35; appoint + -ed2

quasi-appointed, adjective
unappointed, adjective
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appoint
late 14c., from O.Fr. apointier "to arrange, settle, place" (12c.), from apointer "duly, fitly," from phrase à point "to the point," from a- "to" + point "point," from L. punctum. The ground sense is "to come to a point about (a matter)," therefore "agree, settle."
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