Thesaurus / set straight
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The only real thing that does matter, that will be most difficult to set straight is—your suspicion of old Ephraim.
DOROTHY'S HOUSE PARTYEVELYN RAYMOND
Honour forbids you to expose Netta, but the affair was so discreditable that I want your part at least to be set straight.
Nenila Makarievna set straight the kerchief on the girl's neck.
His blue bulging eyes had glanced in her direction several times, as he pulled and shifted and set straight.
I remember he had bigger ears than common, too; they sort of set straight out.
AGAINST ODDSLAWRENCE L. LYNCH
The elbows (value 5) should set straight, neither in nor out.
HUNTING DOGSOLIVER HARTLEY
"I love the sea," she responded briefly, and her eyes were set straight before her.
THE CZAR'S SPYWILLIAM LE QUEUX
You and I have decided that matters ought to be set straight, and so, here goes.
THE HOUSE OF MARTHAFRANK R. STOCKTON
Here she set straight out for the bend in the creek, which landmark was to guide her on the next stage of her quest.
THE WRONG WOMANCHARLES D. STEWART
Forgive me, boy, forgive—It was my wish from the first that you should be set straight.
THE SCARLET FEATHERHOUGHTON TOWNLEY

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