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  • 81set sail — Synonyms and related words: begin, blast away, blast off, clap on, commence, crack on, dive in, fall to, get to, give her beans, go ahead, head into, hoist sail, jump off, kick off, make sail, pack on, pack on sail, pitch in, plunge into, put on… …

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  • 82set off — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To contrast] Syn. set apart, be different, appear different, be the opposite; see contrast 1 , offset . 2. [To explode] Syn. touch off, set the spark to, detonate; see explode 1 . 3. [To begin] Syn. start out, set forth, set …

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  • 83set off/out — Syn: set out, start out, sally forth, leave, depart, embark, set sail; informal hit the road …

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  • 84set off — 1) PHRASAL VERB When you set off, you start a journey. [V P prep/adv] Nichols set off for his remote farmhouse in Connecticut... [V P prep/adv] The President s envoy set off on another diplomatic trip... [V P] I set off, full of optimism. Syn:… …

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  • 85set off — {v.} 1. To decorate through contrast; balance by difference. * /The bright colors of the birds were set off by the white snow./ * /A small gold pin set off her plain dark dress./ 2. To balance; make somewhat equal. * /Her great wealth, as he… …

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  • 86set off — {v.} 1. To decorate through contrast; balance by difference. * /The bright colors of the birds were set off by the white snow./ * /A small gold pin set off her plain dark dress./ 2. To balance; make somewhat equal. * /Her great wealth, as he… …

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  • 87set — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. place, put, station; arrange, prepare; establish; mount; adjust, regulate; fix, assign, appoint; plant, set out; overthrow, unsettle; sink, go down; solidify, jell, harden; start out. See location,… …

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  • 88set\ off — v 1. To decorate through contrast; balance by difference. The bright colors of the birds were set off by the white snow. A small gold pin set off her plain dark dress. 2. To balance; make somewhat equal. Her great wealth, as he thought, set off… …

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  • 89set forward — phrasal 1. : to cause or help to advance : further 2. : to cause (a timepiece) to indicate a later time 3. : to set out on a journey : start * * * archaic start on a journey * * * set forward [phrasal verb] …

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  • 90set something forth — PRESENT, describe, set out, detail, delineate, explain, expound; state, declare, announce; submit, offer, put forward, advance, propose, propound. → set * * * state or describe something in writing or speech …

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  • 91set forth — {v.}, {formal} 1. To explain exactly or clearly. * /The President set forth his plans in a television talk./ 2. To start to go somewhere; begin a trip. * /The troop set forth on their ten mile hike early./ Compare: SET OUT …

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  • 92set forth — {v.}, {formal} 1. To explain exactly or clearly. * /The President set forth his plans in a television talk./ 2. To start to go somewhere; begin a trip. * /The troop set forth on their ten mile hike early./ Compare: SET OUT …

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  • 93set\ forth — v formal 1. To explain exactly or clearly. The President set forth his plans in a television talk. 2. To start to go somewhere; begin a trip. The troop set forth on their ten mile hike early. Compare: set out …

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  • 94set off — to start going somewhere. He got a Guggenheim fellowship and set off for Mexico to write a novel. You need to be fit and well rested before you set off on a hiking trip. When the car broke down, he set out on foot for help …

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  • 95Out In Africa South African Gay and Lesbian Film Festival — The Out In Africa South African Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (OIA) is a gay and lesbian film festival launched in 1994 to celebrate the inclusion, in the South African Constitution, of the clause prohibiting discrimination on the grounds of… …

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  • 96set about — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. start, begin a task, start doing; see begin 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To go about the initial step in doing (something): approach, begin, commence, embark, enter, get off, inaugurate, initiate, institute, launch,… …

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  • 97set to — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To go about the initial step in doing (something): approach, begin, commence, embark, enter, get off, inaugurate, initiate, institute, launch, lead off, open, set about, set out, start, take on, take up, undertake.… …

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  • 98set forth — you have set forth a very credible argument Syn: present, describe, set out, detail, delineate, explain, expound; state, declare, announce; submit, offer, put forward, advance, propose, propound …

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  • 99set forth — verb a) To begin a journey or expedition. b) To present for consideration; to propose. Syn: set out …

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  • 100set off — I. (Active.) 1. Portion off, define the boundaries of. 2. Adorn, decorate, embellish. II. (Neuter.) Start, set out …

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