set in a sentence

set meaning:

v.) to put or place in a particular place; to fix

v.) to decide on; To establish as a rule

v.)to move down;

v. t.) To make to agree with some standard; a watch or a clock.

n.) a group of things

set sentence:

Set the clock right.

She bought a tea set.

The boy set a bird free.

The sun is about to set.

I have my own stereo set.

Lend me a tool set please.

We set a trap to catch a fox.

He set the dry leaves alight.

The wind set the window agape.

Set out the meal on the table.

The movie is set in the future.

The prisoner was set at liberty.

They set the machinery in motion.

Protesters set fire to two buses.

He set off the alarm by accident.

They made a raft and set it afloat.

She set the bird free from the cage.

My mother asked me to set the table.

The story is set in an imaginary world.

The potatoes were set outside to aerate.

The scene of the novel is set in Scotland.

I have a complete set of carpenter’s tools.

I think all caged birds should be set free.

The house is set in the midst of large gardens.

The teacher set the class a comprehension test.

They set a tariff of 36% on British wool cloth.

Protestors overturned cars and set fire to them.

All the goods for sale are set out on the tables.

The sun having set we stayed there for the night.

They could not set out because it snowed heavily.

After a hearty breakfast we set out for a hike.

The only way to catch mice is to set a trap.

Application deadlines are set once a year .

I forgot to set my alarm and I overslept.

The aircraft was set on automatic pilot.