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verb as in locate

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Ever since Arthur Conan Doyle situated his sleuth Sherlock Holmes at 221B Baker Street, Victorian London has been the ur-setting for detective stories.

The Blue Jays are a classic, upwardly mobile franchise — situated in a major media market, coming off a playoff appearance in 2020 and hungry to make the leap from good to great.

Time meant situating ourselves as part of a larger web of life.

They situate the writer at home in a story in which she is usually a voyeur.

The absence of the pay-TV distribution deals would appear to situate the companies’ streamers as separate from, and incremental to, their linear businesses.

From Digiday

These details situate the scene in time, but also in place, eliding any conflict between the two.

It is a long log and frame building, situate on the south side of the road, with a porch extending along its entire frontage.

It was constructed of stone, evidently of some antiquity, and situate in a dull remote street.

The Palace has Gardens delightfully situate by the side of the Elbe.

From the pools we went down the hollow in which they are situate, and followed the course of the aqueduct.

Stoke is situate in the county of Stafford, and has a great porcelain manufactory founded by Wedgwood.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to situate, such as: establish, settle, fix, park, place, and position.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.