Examples of setout in a Sentence
the setout of the stations at the polling place was a little confusing
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Definition of set out
- distributed copies of a pamphlet setting out his ideas in full
- —S. F. Mason
- set out across the country
Examples of set out in a Sentence
in his inaugural address, the president set out his vision for the nation over the next four years
Recent Examples of set out from the Web
To open up Halloween to children with allergies, people are asked to hand out inexpensive toys or other non-food treats in lieu of candy and set out a teal pumpkin to indicate an allergy-friendly home.
In Camping, stars illuminate the ceiling and marshmallows are set out for roasting in the fireplace.
Armed with fliers offering the anonymous and confidential tip line, officers and HABD Public Safety Director Jeff Gorley set out to reverse a long-standing practice in many of the city's communities, and communities nationwide.
Hickey then took a 3½ year hiatus to return home and care for his ill mother before setting out again in June of 2008 from North Charlotte, North Carolina, and ending in Tallahassee, Florida, in January of 2010.
When Heidi Zak set out to create her own bra company, she was shocked by one discovery: Most of the country's bras had been based on the measurements of one woman.
The brick split level house on Donleigh Drive in Columbia looks like every other home on the street, with a garden out front and a sweeping lawn with a swing set out back.
The couple hit the road one last time, setting out on a pilgrimage of sorts to Ernest Hemingway’s Key West house.
Chapter 4: My Sacrifice I Didn't Choose This Memoirist Alysia Abbott didn't set out to be a stay-at-home mom.
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First Known Use of set out
set out Synonyms
Synonymsdelineate, depict, draw, image, limn, paint, picture, portray, render, describe, sketch
Related Wordscharacterize, define, label, qualify, represent; demonstrate, illustrate; narrate, recite, recount, rehearse, relate, report, tell; display, exhibit, show; hint, suggest; draft, outline, silhouette, trace, vignette; summarize, sum up, touch off; redescribe, reimage
Near Antonymscolor, distort, falsify, garble, misdescribe, misrepresent, misstate, pervert, twist, warp
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