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set store by to hold in esteem; value.
settee a seat with a back and usu. arms, on which two or more persons can sit.
setter someone or something that sets (usu. used in combination). [2 definitions]
set theory the study of the mathematical properties of, and relations between, sets.
setting surroundings; context; environment. [5 definitions]
settle1 to finally agree upon or resolve. [12 definitions]
settle2 a long wooden seat with arms and a high back; settee.
settle a score to retaliate in response to a grievance or hurt.
settle down to adopt a quieter and more stable lifestyle. [4 definitions]
settle for to accept (something that is not truly what one prefers), or decide that one will be content with (something).
settlement the process or act of settling, or the condition of being settled. [4 definitions]
settler a person who settles in a previously uninhabited or new area.
settle someone's hash to dispose of or subdue.
settlings solid matter that settles out of a liquid; sediment; dregs.
set-to (informal) a short, intense fight or argument.
setup the particular arrangement or organization of the elements of something. [3 definitions]
set up to make (something) ready for use or operation by assembling or arranging the parts. [6 definitions]
seven the number represented by the Arabic numeral 7 and by the Roman numeral VII. [3 definitions]
Seven Cities of Cibola legendary cities full of riches sought by sixteenth-century Spanish explorers in what is now the southwestern United States.
sevenfold having seven parts or elements. [3 definitions]
seven seas (sometimes cap.) all seven oceans of the world.