Origin of seton
Definition for seton (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for seton
Instead of entering politics, she became a college professor who now teaches at SUNY-Purchase and Seton Hall University.
He ran off in his boyish, impetuous fashion, and Seton watched him, smiling quietly.
Seton, standing at the foot of the bridge-ladder, was unable to hear a word of the captain's order.The Thick of the Fray at Zeebrugge|Percy F. Westerman
Seton prepared to take his leave, but Gray impetuously thrust him back, immediately turning again to his cousin.
This may be accomplished either by the use of the knife or by seton.
Seton still leant over the table, striving with all his resolution to force Merefleet's attention away from her.The Odds|Ethel M. Dell