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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Their homes were egged, presses set on fire, horses stolen.
Girard College, centered on an imposing structure and set on 43 acres in North Philadelphia, educates about 300 students in first through 12th grades.
Two teams that have their sights set on a deep run in the tournament, dueling it out for top spot in Group G with both bragging rights and the positional advantage that comes with finishing first?
The tune didn’t make it into Lovato’s set on Thursday, according to fans online.
Numerous town halls and long executive team meetings later, Keane set on a vision to become a more diverse and welcoming company that better reflected their customer base and the world at large.
The sun sets on midtown Manhattan and the Chrysler Building on the summer solstice in New York City on June 21, 2017 as seen from Weehawken, NJ.
GolfIn west Marin, sun setting on San Geronimo public golf course:...
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Mousa Dembele has his sights set on a move away from north London this summer, and will not look to extend his contract with the club.
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set on Synonyms
beat up on, fly at, go at, light into, pitch into, round on, set at, set upon, tear into;
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