set aside[ set-uh-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF set aside
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SET ASIDE
One of these wings was set aside for Dame Kronk and the little girl.
At every meal a portion was set aside in little dishes for the gods.
It was an affirmative experience which refused to be set aside.
And, as he rode, he set aside all thoughts of Jake and of Red Mask.
Then he said, 'The revelations from above ain't to be set aside.
So the King's promise to pardon Mr. Rossi will be set aside by his successor?
A whole ration was set aside for the four dogs which should draw it.
The hours he set aside for reading were many more than the rule demanded.
They were all set aside by the good sense of the House and of the nation.
A dozen plans occurred to him, all to be set aside as useless.