[ set-out ]
/ ˈsɛtˌaʊt /
preparations, especially for beginning a journey.
start or outset.
things set or laid out for use or display, as food on a table.
getup or outfit.
an entertaining event.
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Origin of setout
First recorded in 1800–10; noun use of verb phrase set out
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Example sentences from the Web for setout
As soon as the victims proved favourable they all setout, the Arcadians following with the rest.Anabasis|Xenophon