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backdrop a curtain at the rear of a stage setting, upon which are painted elements of the setting such as windows, furniture, the sky, or the like. [2 definitions]
bevel an instrument with an adjustable arm used for drawing angles or setting a surface at an angle. [1/3 definitions]
busboy a man or boy who works in a restaurant setting tables, clearing dishes, or the like.
busgirl a woman or girl who works in a restaurant setting tables, clearing dishes, or the like.
camp1 a place or program that provides activities, and often overnight accommodations in a rustic setting, for children when they are on vacation from school. [1/8 definitions]
cast to form into a hard object by pouring or setting material into a mold. [2/18 definitions]
chamber music music that is written for a small number of instruments, such as a string quartet, and suited for performance in an intimate setting.
cold wave a process for setting hair using liquid chemicals instead of heat. [1/2 definitions]
colloquy a conversation or written dialogue, esp. one with a formal setting and purpose.
composition in printing, the setting of type. [1/7 definitions]
constitution the process or act of establishing, setting up, or constituting; composition. [1/6 definitions]
conversation piece an eighteenth-century genre picture that depicts a group of fashionable people in an appropriate setting. [1/2 definitions]
credo (usu. cap.) the Apostles' or Nicene Creed, or any musical setting thereof. [1/2 definitions]
dedication the act or ceremony of setting something aside for a particular purpose. [1/4 definitions]
encampment the act of setting up a camp. [1/2 definitions]
enchase to set with gems, or to put (gems) in an ornamental setting. [1/2 definitions]
firebox a box containing an apparatus for setting off a fire alarm. [1/2 definitions]
f-stop for a camera lens, an aperture setting corresponding to an f-number. [1/2 definitions]
glassware objects made of glass, esp. for a table setting.
gunplay an exchange of gunfire, usu. in a civilian setting.
habiliment (pl.) the equipment or furnishings characteristic of a particular setting or pursuit. [1/2 definitions]