See also: seton and séton

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set on (third-person singular simple present sets on, present participle setting on, simple past and past participle set on)

  1. To attack.
  2. To encourage someone, or an animal, to attack someone.
    I will set the dogs on you, if you don't leave right now!
  3. To be determined to do or achieve something.
    • 2020 June 17, Coconuts Bangkok, “Chula still set on demolishing historic shrine – once it evicts caretakers”, in coconuts.co[1], coconuts.co, retrieved 2020-06-17:
      Chula[longkorn University is] still set on demolishing historic shrine – once it evicts caretakers

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  • set on at OneLook Dictionary Search
  • set on in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.

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