point-set

[ point-set ]

adjectiveTypesetting.
  1. (of spaces) cast in widths that conform to standard point measure.

Words Nearby point-set

Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use point-set in a sentence

  • The point set for study as the first condition of political life, was whether any politician could be believed or trusted.

  • At this the men who had gathered themselves at every available point set up a cheer.

    Kate Bonnet | Frank R. Stockton
  • A notch was cut in the end of the arrow shaft and the shank of the arrow point set in that.

    Blackfeet Indian Stories | George Bird Grinnell
  • They have an iron point set in a short foreshaft of reindeer antler, and a wooden shaft about 16 inches long (Fig. 63).

  • The finishing cut for the thread is then taken with the tool point set to just graze diameter r.

    Turning and Boring | Franklin D. Jones