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See also: setto, settò, and settō

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set-to (plural set-tos)

  1. (colloquial) A fight.
    • 1887, George Manville Fenn, Devon Boys
      [] we two had never had a serious quarrel, though I had had many a set-to with other lads, and had twice over given Bob Chowne black eyes.

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