Simple Definition of set point
tennis : a situation in which one player or team can win the set by winning the next point; also : the point that must be won to win a set
Full Definition of set point
1 : a situation (as in tennis) in which one player will win the set by winning the next point; also : the point won
2 : the level or point at which a variable physiological state (as body temperature or weight) tends to stabilize
Examples of set point in a sentence
He won with an ace on his second set point.
He won with an ace on set point.
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Rhymes with set point
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Medical Definition of set point
: the level or point at which a variable physiological state (as body temperature or weight) tends to stabilize
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