Origin of seton
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Instead of entering politics, she became a college professor who now teaches at SUNY-Purchase and Seton Hall University.
But the grip was immovable, and he found himself staring into the unemotional face of Seton Pasha.
Quentin Gray's mercurial color deserted him, and he turned to Seton a face grown suddenly pale.
The odor of Seton's cheroot announced itself above the oriental perfume with which the place was laden.
White with passion, Gray was on the point of uttering other angry and provocative words when Seton took his arm in a firm grip.
Seton, smoking one of the inevitable cheroots, watched him, tapping his teeth with the rim of his eyeglass.
British Dictionary definitions for seton (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for seton (2 of 2)
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Other Idioms and Phrases with seton
Also, set upon.
Attack; see set at.
Instigate, urge one to engage in action, as in The older boys set on the young ones to get in trouble. [Early 1500s]
be set on or upon. Be determined to, as in He's set on studying law.