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set on

adjective as in bent on

adjective as in resting

verb as in set

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When at rest, the tail ought to assume a scimitar-like curve, and under excitement carried on a level with its set-on .

Many local swellings can be dispersed through the insertion of either a set-on or a rowel.

Note: The preferred tail should not exceed in length approximately half the distance from set-on to hock.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to set-on, such as: assertive, cocky, stubborn, adamant, arbitrary, and biased.

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