Examples of set on in a Sentence
without warning, bandits would set on unwary merchants as they traveled along the Silk Road
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Before Christmas was set on Dec. 25 in the Fourth Century, Epiphany included the celebration of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, but now primarily celebrates the visit of the magi to the baby Jesus, and the baptism of Jesus in some traditions.
New coach Jimbo Fisher has had his sights set on Aranda, who's fielded solid defenses in recent seasons at Wisconsin and then LSU.
The club, which was founded in August 2000, had their eyes set on bringing Iniesta to China next season.
Join members of the Wyndham Land Trust at the Lyon Preserve in Pomfret to watch the sun set on the shortest day of the year.
Finally set on a school, Cota worried that family and friends would be disappointed in his decision, particularly Brady Breeze, his cousin and a redshirt freshman safety at Oregon.
Competing internationally for USA Cycling, Sinead Miller had her sights set on qualifying for the 2012 Olympics before a crash changed her path.
Dredge again in the flour and set on a baking sheet.
And within the Virgin Group itself, Branson still has his sights set on going faster and higher than regular humans have ever gone before.
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beat up on, fly at, go at, light into, pitch into, round on, set at, set upon, tear into;
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