furbish furbish  /ˈfɜr bɪʃ/

Definition(s):

  • (v) polish and make shiny

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  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.

News

  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

Quotes

  • 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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