Definition of Settings

1. Noun. (plural of setting) ¹

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Definition of Settings

1. setting [n] - See also: setting

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Settings

setting apart
setting aside
setting back
setting expansion
setting fire
setting foot
setting forth
setting hen
setting in
setting off
setting on fire
setting out
setting sail
setting sun sign
setting up
settings (current term)
settle down
settle for
settle in
settle on
settle someone's hash
settle up
settle upon
settled down
settled someone's hash

Literary usage of Settings

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

1. Technologies for Understanding and Preventing Substance Abuse and Addiction by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Community Activity settings This chapter reviews substance use and ... These community activity settings are the major physical and social arenas in ..."

2. Prevention of Youth Violence: A Framework for Community Action by Mary Ann Fenley (1993)
"There are four important considerations involved in selecting settings for a prevention activity (Table 2). • First, select a setting where you can reach ..."

3. Catalogue of the Allen A. Brown Collection of Music in the Public Library of by Allen Augustus Brown (1916)
"Illumina faciem. 30. Victimae paschali. — Tantum ergo. (4 settings.) — Te Deum. ... Sit laus Deo. — Gloria in excelsis Deo. 36. Regina coeli. (3 settings. ..."

4. Overview of Addiction Treatment Effectiveness by Mim J. Landry (1996)
"That is, certain treatment settings permit a greater number of treatment components, staff attention, and time than other settings. ..."

5. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1909)
"Boiler settings. Cement and Concrete for Boiler Setting. RI Blakney. ... Comparative Tests of Tabular Boiler settings for Chicago Public Schools. ..."

6. The Study of a Novel by Selden Lincoln Whitcomb (1905)
"CHAPTER IV THE settings 63. Esthetic Function of settings. — Every action as a whole, and the incidents which compose it, must occur in some definite ..."

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