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Synonyms for arrangement

a plan made in preparation for an undertaking

an act or state of agreeing between parties regarding a course of action

a settlement of differences through mutual concession

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While these arrangements were in progress in the camp of Captain Bonneville, there was a sudden bustle and stir in the camp of Fontenelle.
When the young lady had extricated herself from her garments, she was at liberty to gaze about her, and to examine not only the household over which she was to preside, but also the air and manner in which the domestic arrangements were conducted.
I regret that my arrangements in life, combined with circumstances over which I have no control, will put it out of my power ever to fall back upon that offer or to renew it in any shape or form whatever, but it will ever be a retrospect entwined--er--with friendship's bowers.
All passages must be paid for when taken, in order that the most perfect arrangements be made for starting at the appointed time.
I've made all my arrangements now to go to Germany, sir," said Philip.
In order that the whole of the king's household should enter Vaux, four hours at least were necessary, owing to the different arrangements.
I notice that people always make gigantic arrangements for bathing when they are going anywhere near the water, but that they don't bathe much when they are there.
But one could not tell from that significant look whether he agreed or disagreed and was satisfied or not with the arrangements.
Of course the disposition of the young people, bred together from their childhood, does not at first entirely concur with the parental arrangements.
On landing they had found Lord Tennington's party, and arrangements were being made to take them all on board the following morning, and carry them back to civilization.
Laying the book on a table, he withdrew in high spirits to make arrangements for the wedding.
They were to meet at Holcomb's house at eight o'clock in the evening of the appointed day and go together to the scene of their vigil, where certain arrangements for their comfort, a provision of fuel and the like, for the season was winter, had been already made.
The nature of the arrangements has been already disclosed.
Our arrangements for the wedding tour included a cruise to the Mediterranean in a yacht lent to Eustace by a friend.
The whole day I have had to be making arrangements, arrangements about household matters arising" (he emphasized the word arising) "from my new, solitary position.