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sett

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noun
Also called pitcher. a small, rectangular paving stone.
Also called stake. a handheld tool that is struck by a hammer to shape or deform a metal object.
Also set. the distinctively colored pattern of crisscrossed lines and stripes against a background in which a Scottish tartan is woven.
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Origin of sett

First recorded in 1870–75; variant of set
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British Dictionary definitions for sett

sett

set

/ (sɛt) /

noun
a small rectangular paving block made of stone, such as granite, used to provide a durable road surfaceCompare cobblestone
the burrow of a badger
  1. a square in a pattern of tartan
  2. the pattern itself

Word Origin for sett

C19: variant of set 1 (n)
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