furbish furbish  /ˈfɜr bɪʃ/


  • (v) polish and make shiny



  1. He is Andr Malraux, Minister of Culture, and his efforts to re furbish the famed museum itself have been nicely complemented by the un derground mini-Louvre.
  2. The Nova-Park Elyses, which sits on the site of the century-old Paris-Match building and retains its faades, cost about $45 million to furbish and furnish.


  1. Furby Boom: It's back, and making offspring on your tablet

    He's baaaack. (Credit: Scott Stein/CNET) As you may remember, Hasbro's Furby reboot of 2012 got all-new LED eyes, trippy personalities, and an iOS companion app that translated Furbish and played minigames. The 2013 version unveiled today and coming this fall adds some over-the-top new color patterns, but the biggest change is a big update to the free companion iOS app. Instead of Furby getting ...
    on July 22, 2013     Source: CNET

  2. Rolly: Parking mistake in Utah can prove dire

    Jeremy Furbish definitely screwed up. And he admits it. But the lenient way Utah regulates tow truck companies can result, perhaps, in a punishment that doesn’t fit the crime. And based on one’s financial status, illegal parking can equate to a capital offense. Furbish apologized on his Facebook page Thursday for parking Wednesday between 8-10 p.m. in a space that was marked as reserved for ...
    on July 19, 2013     Source: The Salt Lake Tribune


  • For example: In Chapter 1 of her new book, "Godless," Coulter writes: "The massive Dickey-Lincoln Dam, a $227 million hydroelectric project proposed on upper St. John River in Maine, was halted by the discovery of the Furbish lousewort, a plant...
    on Jun 11, 2006 By: Ann Coulter Source: MSNBC

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