(furnishing) (usually plural) the instrumentalities (furniture and appliances and other movable accessories including curtains and rugs) that make a home (or other area) livable
(furnishing) the act of decorating a house or room
(Furnishing) The decorative arts is a traditional term for a number of arts and crafts for the making of ornamental and functional works in a great range of materials including ceramic, wood, glass, metal, textiles and many others. ...
equipped with whatever is needed; supplied with furniture
(furnish) Material used to create an engineered product; To provide a place with furniture, or other equipment; To supply or give
(Furnish) The slurry mixture of fibers, water, chemicals and pigments, that is delivered to the Fourdrinier machine in the paper making process.
(Furnish) fully prepared pulp and all its ingredients: fiber, fillers, sizing, and pigments, diluted with water and ready for the papermaking machine. Furnish contains about 99% water. see also paper, pulp, slurry.
(Furnish) The mixture of various materials that are blended in the stock suspension from which paper or board is made. The chief constituents are the fibrous material (pulp), wet-strength additives & fillers.
(furnish) the pulp and chemical components of a quality or grade of paper.
(FURNISH) Mixture of fibre and additives used in a particular paper, I.e. ingredients and their proportions.
(Furnish) Also called stock. Various pulps, dyes and additives blended together in the stock preparation area of a paper mill, and fed to the wet end of a paper machine to make paper or paperboard.
(Furnish) raw material from which paper is manufactured, particularly the fibre or blend of fibres.
(Furnish) various ingredients used in the composition of paper including wood pulp, and/or rags, filler (clay), size (rosin and soda ash), alum, dyes. Different grades of paper use different amounts of each of these ingredients.