Definition of Settering

1. setter [v] - See also: setter



Lexicographical Neighbors of Settering

sets foot
sets forth
sets in
sets off
sets on fire
sets out
sets sail
sets up
setscrew
setscrews
sett
settee
settees
setter
settered
settering
setterlike
setters
setterwort
setterworts
settest
setteth
setting
setting about
setting apart
setting aside
setting back
setting expansion
setting fire
setting foot

Literary usage of Settering

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1903)
"... and put a piece of the root into the dewlap of their cattle as a seton in cases of diseased lungs, and this is called pegging or settering. ..."

2. The Bibliography of Shorthand by John Westby-Gibson (1887)
"Bridlington : A. Settering- ton. Leeds : AJ Clapham. No. I, Jan., 1880. [16mo. 16 pp. lith. in character.] Everett JD Shorthand, by J. IX Everett, ..."

3. A Glossary of the Cleveland Dialect: Explanatory, Derivative, and Critical by John Christopher Atkinson (1868)
"... a piece of the root (of setter-wort) into the dewlap of their cattle, as a setou, in cases of diseased lungs; and thss is called pegging or settering. ..."

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