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companion set

noun
1.
a set of fire irons on a stand
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  • Without hat or umbrella, my companion set off, chatting as we went.

    In the Heart of Vosges Matilda Betham-Edwards
  • It would have been far better had he followed the example that his companion set.

    The Hunters of the Ozark Edward S. Ellis
  • The poet and his companion set out in a postchaise, journeying by Linlithgow and Falkirk to Stirling.

    Robert Burns Gabriel Setoun
  • His companion set the lantern in the corner and stooping in front of the stove proceeded to light it.

    Ann Arbor Tales Karl Edwin Harriman
  • The falconer and his companion set off immediately, leaving D'Artagnan alone in the midst of the suspended sentence.

    The Vicomte de Bragelonne Alexandre Dumas
  • Dawson and his companion set themselves to work and found a charming little farmhouse within easy distance of the city.

    Recollections David Christie Murray
  • It is latish and duskish by the time that St. John and his companion set out on their homeward way.

    Red as a Rose is She Rhoda Broughton
  • He marched them along, one on either side, while his companion set out to catch the grazing horses and bring them.

    Frank Merriwell's Triumph Burt L. Standish
  • It was beautiful late spring weather when he and his companion set out for the capital.

    The Field of Clover Laurence Housman
  • The man who had been knocked down raised a shout and he and his companion set off in pursuit of Jack.

    The Hilltop Boys Cyril Burleigh

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