In silence he drinks his licker, an' then sets down at a table.
He sets down the poet's profits at as nearly as possible 500l.
John Bull sets down his mug of beer, and says that the thing is monstrous.
As Langley used to say, "The camera has no nerves, and what it sets down we may rely on."
This relish she sets down at the doors of their houses and goes away.
And with that he sets down on the table—that Fan Chong bunnit!
It extenuates some things, maybe; but it sets down naught in malice.
Yet the profit Washington sets down is about seven per cent.
W'en rabbit crosses yo' luck, w'at you gwine do, less'n you sets down en crosses it out, right den en dar?
For almost six years after 1775 there is a gap in the diary, though for some months of 1780 he sets down the weather.