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From Middle English forthsetten, equivalent to forth- +‎ set.

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forthset (third-person singular simple present forthsets, present participle forthsetting, simple past and past participle forthset)

  1. (transitive) To set forth; present to view; display.
    • 2003, Poul Anderson, Mother of Kings:
      "The stillness I broke by myself when I spoke. Your warriors harked to my words, and they marked how I handled my praise of your high-flying days, and they'll not forget what I've now forthset."

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