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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As the sun begins to set on the Alaska Range, keep a close eye on the tracker Monday night, because when the sun rises and teams begin to pour into Nikolai, the race will really have begun.
Let cook undisturbed until frittata is set on the bottom and not on top, about 5 minutes.
Pass sheet through second- thinnest setting on pasta machine.
According to interviews with friends, neighbors and employers, Lauren Stuart, after leaving the Jehovah's Witnesses, appeared to be set on making a new life for herself.
The Miami Hurricanes baseball team is set on getting back to the NCAA tournament after its 44-year record streak was snapped this past season.
The sun appears to be setting on Alabama's basketball season.
If your sights are set on a ceremony above the clouds, consider these two ground rules.
The cost of the meals ($4 for a hot meal, $3 for a cold meal) is set on a sliding scale.
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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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