setting apart[ set ]SEE DEFINITION OF setting apart
- as inappropriation
- as inappropriate
- as ininsulate
- as inintend
- as inmark
- as insanctify
- as insegregate
- as insequester
- as incall
- as inindividualize
- as inmew
- as insignalize
- as insingularize
- as inconsecrate
- as indedicate
- as indesignate
- as indevote
- as indifferentiate
- as indiscriminate
- as indissociate
- as indistinguish
- as inenclose
Synonyms for setting apart
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SETTING APART
This setting apart for holy service was the Old Testament sanctification.
I shall take the liberty of setting apart some rooms for you.
He divided the loot of war equally among his soldiers, setting apart a portion for the poor and orphans.
She contented herself with setting apart the dish till her mistress should decide what ought to be done with it.
We join you in setting apart this land as an enduring monument of peace, brotherhood, and perpetual union.
Omaha, where the opening performance of this exhibition was given, honored Will last year by setting apart one day as "Cody Day."
That the real intentions of the Crown in setting apart the immense School Reserves in 1798 had never been carried out.
By thus combining & setting apart, the aristocratic interest, the popular interest will be combined agst it.
Setting apart the capital and the great seaports, Argos ranks high among the existing cities of Greece.
Towards evening, the grain collected during the day was heaped together, with a view to setting apart the share for the King.