alphabet

Set

Synonyms for set:

Sense 1

spread-out, gelatinize, formal, stiffen, yankee, end up, deep-rooted, clock in, frugal, give onto, drift, habitual, bead, satisfying, punch out, deep-seated, irradicable, celebratory, float around, tuck away, back onto, Hard-shell, exist, occur, lie around, reside in, Emplace, heal, suit, about to, untouched, ineradicable, nestle, indurate, finish up, sit down, clock off, slap-up.

Sense 2

package, dwell, crimp, inveterate, put back, concentrate, curdle, sandwich between, facet, punch in, cake, mounted, service, straddle, prevail, ingrained, deck, conventional, belong, bundle, scenery, special, suite, clot, estimate, entrenched, alfresco, stand back.

Sense 3

confirmed, pivot, jelly, poised, battery, prop, petrify, scatter, specific, approximate, reset, poise, span, packed, setting, bang, organization.

Sense 4

attune, clump, slam, negotiate, perch, reckon, placement, knock around, occupy, put forward, zero.

Sense 5

particular, face, scene, knot, lie, cluster, lodge, relay, rest, go back.

Sense 6

lock, charm, together, park, lean, wind up, live.

Sense 7

light, witness, heavy.

Sense 8

look.

Sense 9

head, flat.

Sense 10

stand, put out.

Sense 11

time, pop.

Sense 12

wind.

Sense 14

front, spread, back.

Sense 19

run.

Sense 20

turn.

appoint

preordain.

clot

coagulate, thicken, gelate, gel.

couple

pair.

descend

decline.

enact

enact.

firm

tight.

fixed

adamant.

form

structured.

harden

indurate, solidify, harden.

insert

imbed.

limit

rationed, delimitate.

locate

situate, located.

maul

hammer.

point

hone.

prepare

ready.

print

strike off.

proposed

Aimed.

state of mind

attitude.

stretched

taut.

typed

typographic.

Other synonyms and related words:

range, lean, clot, attitude, block, dispose, stipulate, brood, lie, condition, head, drift, tick off, put in, lodge, secure, implant, bracket, reset, stick, concrete, appoint, seated, point, bent, model, battery, make up, pitch, train, rectify, designate, determine, posture, present, specialize, define, knot, set up, sit, aim, pose, solidification, direct, fast, grouping, tight, run, suite, bound, cake, stiff, go, plant, suit, determinate, rigid, turn, attune, specify, stand.

beyond question (adjective)

irrefutable.

certain (adjective)

steadfast, incontestable, indubitable, unquestionable, undoubted, clear, decisive, assured, irrefutable, unmistakable, absolute, trusting, confident, sure, Irrefragable, indisputable, certain, positive, doubtless, incontrovertible, undeniable, veritable, unequivocal, decided, definite, patent, convinced.

congealed (adjective)

jelled, hardened, solidified, thickened, congealed.

controlled (adjective)

regulated.

decided (adjective)

inveterate, arranged, decisive, entrenched, steadfast, stubborn, determined, settled, immovable, resolute, scheduled, resolved, intent, rigid, confirmed, bent, established, firm, fixed, certain, definite.

fast (adjective)

wedged, staunch.

firm, hardened; inflexible (adjective)

jelled, located, strict, placed, situated, stiff, solid, positioned, situate, stable, unyielding.

habitual (adjective)

habitual.

hardened (adjective)

concrete.

located (adjective)

situated.

resolute (adjective)

stern, plucky, dogged, committed, dedicated, indefatigable, valiant, devoted, relentless, faithful, loyal, indomitable, iron-willed, steely, reliable, tireless, persevering, determined, strong-willed, unwavering, earnest, bullheaded, thorough, serious, dauntless, resolute, courageous, steadfast, resolved, decided, strong-minded, firm, hearty, staunch, steady, unchangeable, fearless, persistent, tough, true, bold, spunky, unbending, implacable, inexorable, intent, unshakeable, tenacious, zealous, deliberate, diligent, unyielding, insistent, ruthless, willing, headstrong, stubborn, decisive, constant, uncompromising, unflinching.

rocklike (adjective)

hard.

situated (adjective)

seated.

solid (adjective)

concrete, physical, solid, stable, dense, firm, hard, substantial.

special (adjective)

Earmarked.

stable (adjective)

continuous, steadfast, solid, constant, persistent, immovable, invariable, consistent, firm, changeless, stable, steady, permanent, durable.

Sense 4 (noun)

stiffen, organization.

Sense 5 (noun)

estimate.

Sense 6 (noun)

lock.

Sense 7 (noun)

battery, bank.

Sense 8 (noun)

hatch.

Sense 10 (noun)

Emplace.

Sense 11 (noun)

light, satisfying, slap-up, celebratory, frugal, attune, alfresco, heavy, sit down.

Sense 12 (noun)

spread.

Sense 14 (noun)

precise, reckon, approximate.

Sense 15 (noun)

turn, head.

Sense 16 (noun)

clot, gelatinize, jelly, curdle.

Sense 17 (noun)

indurate, petrify, cake.

Sense 18 (noun)

set-to.

Sense 19 (noun)

poise, attitude.

Sense 20 (noun)

set down.

Sense 21 (noun)

lie, belong, occupy, stand, concentrate, exist.

Sense 23 (noun)

crimp.

Sense 24 (noun)

appraise.

Sense 25 (noun)

bead, facet, setting, charm.

Sense 26 (noun)

lodge.

Sense 27 (noun)

set off.

Sense 36 (noun)

express.

Sense 37 (noun)

put back, put forward, reset, go back, punch in, clock off, clock in, punch out, time.

Sense 38 (noun)

packed.

Sense 39 (noun)

poised.

bent (noun)

facility.

category (noun)

degree, ilk, genotype, mold, level, feather, line, breed, kind, taxonomy, variety, stamp, strain, genus, series, phylum, designation, people, denomination, label, kingdom, grain, species, caste, race, classification, persuasion, category, stock, step, Family, style, stripe.

cohesion (noun)

coherence.

collection (noun)

mix, formation, stew, assortment, medley, omnium-gatherum, federation, corps, partnership, council, bloc, salad, college.

combination (noun)

partnership.

continuation (noun)

succession.

crew (noun)

bunch, school, gang, fraternity, troop, caucus, nest, body, mob, company, squad, cell, covey, league, coalition, clique, force, complement, assembly, host, brigade, cadre, faction, platoon, crowd, army, detachment, detail, herd, coterie, string, union, tribe, assemblage, outfit, team, society, flock, staff, regiment, sect, wing, pack, ring, bevy, collection, fleet, aggregation, posse, fellowship, cabal, junta, party, colony, hive, battalion, circle, club, litter, troupe, phalanx, drove, crew, clan, band, division, retinue.

entirety (noun)

ensemble.

group, assortment (noun)

crew, clique, circle, company, gang, bunch, clan, series, clutch, faction, batch, coterie, mob, pack, crowd, collection, class, bundle, assemblage, band, lot, organization, sect, body, cluster, clump, array, outfit.

physical bearing (noun)

position, attitude, posture, turn, fit, hang.

scenery (noun)

stage set.

school (noun)

school.

social organization (noun)

club.

stage setting (noun)

scene, setting, stage set, scenery.

allot (verb)

parcel, ration, distribute, earmark, allow, portion, share, Mete, budget, dispense, divide, slice, allocate, cut, deal, apportion, split, measure, give, allot, partition, segment.

allotted (verb)

Dealt, allotted, divided, partitioned, budgeted, allocated, measured, Portioned, sliced, Earmarked, Parceled, Gave, Allowed, Meted, distributed, apportioned, rationed, segmented, shared, dispensed, given.

attribute (verb)

ascribe, brand, assign, cite, apply, connect, blame, impute, refer, accredit, credit, cast, place, attribute, mark, acknowledge, attach.

attributed (verb)

marked, accredited, credited, placed, connected, applied, Cited, acknowledged, assigned, attached, Imputed, Attributed, Referred, blamed, Ascribed, branded.

changed (verb)

varied, adjusted, modulated, reformed, modified, mutated, changed, transposed, Fluctuated, Deviated, adapted, Transfigured, altered, diversified, Vacillated, transited, converted, transformed.

cognition (verb)

determine.

communication (verb)

mark.

compensate (verb)

balance, cancel, offset, compensate, counteract, nullify, counterbalance, tune, correct, neutralize, square.

compensated (verb)

balanced, compensated, Canceled, corrected, neutralized, tuned, nullified, offsetted, counterbalanced, squared, Counteracted.

congeal (verb)

jell, coagulate, solidify, thicken, congeal, harden.

congealed (verb)

jelled, coagulated, solidified, thickened, congealed, hardened.

decline (verb)

go down, sink, descend.

enact (verb)

decree, legislate, ordain, enact.

enacted (verb)

decreed, Enacted, Legislated, ordained.

harden (verb)

jelly, gelatinize, congeal, cake, jell, thicken, clot, solidify, gel, coagulate, gelate, stiffen.

locate (verb)

put, position, locate, discover, post, station, find, situate, pinpoint, lay, unearth, spot.

located (verb)

Unearthed, found, pinpointed, posted, situated, discovered, spotted, Stationed, positioned, located.

order (verb)

rank, systematize, right, collate, arrange, frame, control, scheme, sift, Methodize, schematize, prepare, establish, unsnarl, rate, pigeonhole, sort, normalize, plan, organize, regulate, order, harmonize, stratify, unify, subordinate, rationalize, settle, mediate, shape, categorize, chart, support, grade, array, program, maintain, fix, devise, score, screen, class, separate, form, design, plot, type, stabilize, group, orchestrate, structure, marshal, compose, integrate, classify, schedule.

position, place (verb)

plant, install, fasten, lodge, prepare, embed, fix, train, locate, post, cast, park, rest, station, point, lock, head, establish, apply, arrange, put, settle, stick, direct, level, lay, aim, spread.

prepare (verb)

formulate, construct, fit, foster, fashion, develop, mobilize, curry, draft, dress, prime, make, ready, equip, furnish, fabricate.

prepared (verb)

Drafted, dressed, furnished, made, fostered, warmed up, fabricated, primed, Mobilized, Fitted, developed, Constructed, equipped, formulated, Curried, readied, fashioned, outfitted.

situated (verb)

seated.

start, incite (verb)

raise.

Usage examples for set:

  • Why, I thought we were to set the model going to- night? - "The Story of Antony Grace", George Manville Fenn.
  • Never set eyes on M'riar's husband! - "When Ghost Meets Ghost", William Frend De Morgan.
  • Why don't I set to work to read it? - "Idle Ideas in 1905", Jerome K. Jerome.

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tenable

defensible, defendable, justifiable, excusable, defendable, defensible, justifiable, well-founded, reasonable, sensible.

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