verb (used without object), stet·ted, stet·ting.
verb (used with object), stet·ted, stet·ting.
Words nearby stet
Origin of stet
Examples from the Web for stet
The Crown retired from the suit with a stet processus, and Mr. Bradlaugh was left with the laurels—and his costs.Reminiscences of Charles Bradlaugh|George W. Foote
Stet had warned her not to polish her eyeballs in public, but the ground with him!Helpfully Yours|Evelyn E. Smith
Observe that there had been no charge or imputation against these men, more or less: stet proratione voluntas.
In the privacy of his room, Orne pressed the transceiver stud at his neck, said: "Stet?"Operation Haystack|Frank Patrick Herbert
He had just finished cutting a weeks supply of kindling wood in the wood shed, when Stet popped into view over the back fence.Bound to Succeed|Allen Chapman