Her skull would be well-set upon her shoulders were it not that the neck is too short and thick to be graceful.
The entire effect was that of the well-set stage of a society drama.
These barracks are substantially built of wood, with well-set floors and large windows.
The neck rises from the shoulders like a column to support the well-set head.
It was all a mere question of chaste outlines, splendid flesh tints, well-set muscles.
He came occasionally through Paul's corner—a big, well-set man, also striking to look at, and handsome.
The wear of carbons in a well-set bit is small, though extremely variable.
It was that of the first mate, whose name was Hillebrant, a short, well-set man of about thirty years of age.
The head should be small, neat, “well-set” on the neck, and gracefully “carried.”
They are on the look-out for contraband, and are as fine and clean and well-set fellows as any I have seen anywhere.