- setting lotion,
- setting rule,
- setting-up exercise,
Origin of setter
Examples from the Web for setter
"I'd rather have a bulldog than a setter, any day," said Harry.
By the middle of the Tertiary this ancestral horse has risen in height until he is taller and heavier than a setter dog.The Meaning of Evolution|Samuel Christian Schmucker
Under the wagon Stanley, the setter, walked slowly, wagging his tail in placid contentment and ruminating upon his experiences.The Third Violet|Stephen Crane
I wanted to train my setter; so I told him I wasnt well, and slipped out of it.Justin Wingate, Ranchman|John H. Whitson
This time the setter seemed to understand what was required of him.
Word Origin for setter
"one who sets (something)," c.1400, agent noun from set (v.). As a type of hunting-dog (originally a type of spaniel), 1570s, so called because the dog is "set" on game.