Synonyms for Set:


beyond question (adjective)
certain (adjective)
unmistakable, certain, doubtless, indubitable, absolute, indisputable, unquestionable, decisive, Irrefragable, incontrovertible, assured, positive, confident, trusting, steadfast, undoubted, convinced, irrefutable, decided, patent, incontestable, unequivocal, veritable, sure, undeniable, clear, definite.
congealed (adjective)
thickened, hardened, congealed, solidified, jelled.
controlled (adjective)
decided (adjective)
arranged, resolute, concluded, definite, immovable, settled, firm, agreed, steadfast, decisive, determined, resolved, intent, established, scheduled, obstinate, stubborn, fixed, certain.
fast (adjective)
firm, hardened; inflexible (adjective)
unyielding, placed, situate, stable, situated, positioned, jelled, solid, located.
hardened (adjective)
located (adjective)
obstinate (adjective)
resolute (adjective)
serious, indomitable, iron-willed, tireless, courageous, strong-minded, deliberate, tough, fearless, firm, dauntless, headstrong, intent, steadfast, steady, committed, ruthless, reliable, steely, tenacious, implacable, persistent, decisive, unshakeable, hearty, decided, zealous, unwavering, constant, faithful, stubborn, resolved, bullheaded, indefatigable, spunky, unyielding, thorough, dedicated, dogged, uncompromising, true, valiant, relentless, stern, resolute, loyal, inexorable, determined, devoted, unchangeable, unflinching, earnest, unbending, willing, insistent, diligent, persevering, staunch, bold, strong-willed, plucky.
rocklike (adjective)
solid (adjective)
solid, firm, stable, dense, physical, concrete, hard, substantial.
special (adjective)
stable (adjective)
persistent, consistent, constant, invariable, steadfast, immovable, stable, steady, solid, durable, continuous, changeless, permanent, firm.


orthodox, nonconformist, central, conceptual, utopian, popular, abstract, deterministic, theoretical, metaphysical. come into play, take effect, make a difference, bring out, insert, affect, impact, interact. narrow-minded, introduce, opinionated, bloody-minded, conservative, anchor, closed, intolerant. flash mob, Support Group, flash mobbing, organization, police, commission, panel, stiffen. value, camera, clock radio, estimate, cathode-ray tube, price, decoder, dab, aerial, crt, communications satellite, antenna, cue card. circuit training, aerobic, bodybuilding, bend, aerobics, the burn, lock, boxercise, chin up, calisthenics, aquarobics. commence, begin, initiate, arsenal, bank, agglomeration, bale, battery. renewable, binding, produce, contractual, unanimous, consensual, incubate, be understood, hover, broadly, broad, agreed, hatch, qualified. Emplace, close, hook into, alarm, ground, disconnect, automate. light, help, attune, celebratory, sit down, satisfying, alfresco, frugal, slap-up, heavy. clone, alpine, bedding plant, bean, annual, spread, bush, climber, cactus, brassica, cereal. precise, approximate, bandage, catheterize, attend, cauterize, catch, bypass, anaesthetize, bring back, bleed, anesthetize, reckon. seek, orbit, eclipse, full moon, zero in, turn, come up, go in, wax, head. jelly, base, coefficient, curdle, clot, gelatinize, cube root, cube, Arabic Numeral, computation, common multiple, arithmetic progression, common factor. indurate, convene, petrify, cake, hold, dry, choreograph. take up, lead off, get cracking, boil, cloud, break down, set-to, start, open, inaugurate, bake, boil up, undertake, embark, boil away, enter, approach, boil over, get off, bubble, get going, take on, kick off, atomize, get the show on the road. deportment, stance, attitude, poise, carriage, bearing. commit something to paper/writing, copy down, put pen to paper, record, transcribe, get down, set down, write. stand, exist, there is/are etc., belong, occupy, lie, concentrate. cheekbone, breastbone, backbone, ball-and-socket joint, collarbone, clavicle, ankle, bone, coccyx, bone marrow. cornrow, comb out, backcomb, blow-dry, comb, barbershop, braid, crimp. climb, beat down, bottom out, cheapen, bounce back, Capping, appraise, cap, bargain. setting, charm, bead, facet, clasp. molehill, den, earth, lodge, habitat, rabbit warren, bedding, lair, burrow. trigger, create, set off, bring about, start-off, invent, catalyze. order around, dictate, instruct, tell, push around, tax with, boss around, require, command. material, interval, curtain call, encore, grand finale, opener, bill, finale, repertoire, intermission. galley, copperplate, full page, capitalise, font, dotted line, capitalize. bookrest, encyclopedic, fiction, bookends, hardbound, loose-leaf, bookmark, pop up, encyclopaedic. examiner, examination, candidate, certificate, crib note, mock, borderline, crib, cheat sheet, exam. tutor, induct, coach, teach, lecture. mirthless, lazy, MONA LISA, cheesy, humorless, brittle, gummy, humourless. keep down, cure, contain, curb. furrow, cross, crumple, flash, express, gleam, crease, falter, creep. reset, go back, punch in, put forward, punch out, time, clock in, put back, clock off. rock-hard, packed, impenetrable. on the verge of something, in the wings, poised, on the point of doing something, on (full) alert. attitude (noun)
category (noun)
breed, level, line, genotype, genus, style, people, phylum, classification, label, kind, strain, caste, step, variety, feather, race, taxonomy, persuasion, stamp, kingdom, category, stock, series, degree, mold, grain, species, denomination, stripe, designation, ilk, Family.
collection (noun)
salad, college, council, omnium-gatherum, corps, partnership, mix, medley, assortment, formation, federation, bloc, stew.
combination (noun)
crew (noun)
squad, division, gang, bevy, retinue, army, crew, fraternity, cadre, complement, coalition, club, nest, team, battalion, clique, troop, crowd, school, caucus, platoon, fleet, coterie, flock, assemblage, aggregation, tribe, phalanx, mob, cabal, party, body, wing, junta, litter, covey, colony, hive, pack, faction, sect, collection, ring, band, assembly, herd, league, staff, posse, force, society, fellowship, string, clan, bunch, drove, cell, troupe, detachment, regiment, union, circle, host, detail, outfit, brigade, company.
determined (noun)
group, assortment (noun)
organization, outfit, circle, clique, collection, crew, faction, gang, clan, pack, assemblage, series, mob, crowd, sect, company, coterie, band, bunch, class, array, body.
physical bearing (noun)
fit, turn, attitude, position, deportment, carriage.
school (noun)
social organization (noun)
stage setting (noun)
tennis (noun)
break point, alley, ball boy, ball girl, break, the Davis Cup, ace, clay, advantage.


allot (verb)
segment, share, cut, distribute, divide, measure, partition, portion, deal, slice, allot, Mete, ration, parcel, split, earmark, give, allow, budget, dispense, allocate, apportion.
allotted (verb)
Portioned, Meted, shared, sliced, segmented, Dealt, Parceled, Allowed, Earmarked, given, allotted, rationed, Gave, measured, budgeted, allocated, distributed, divided, partitioned, apportioned, dispensed.
attribute (verb)
mark, assign, refer, connect, accredit, cite, ascribe, apply, cast, attach, attribute, impute, acknowledge, credit, brand, blame, place.
attributed (verb)
Cited, branded, applied, Ascribed, Attributed, acknowledged, connected, accredited, placed, Imputed, blamed, attached, marked, Referred, assigned, credited.
changed (verb)
diversified, varied, reformed, adjusted, mutated, Vacillated, Deviated, altered, changed, adapted, modified, converted, Fluctuated, transited, modulated, transposed, transformed, Transfigured.
communication (verb)
compensate (verb)
square, balance, correct, compensate, cancel, tune, counterbalance, offset, neutralize, counteract, nullify.
compensated (verb)
Counteracted, balanced, counterbalanced, corrected, compensated, offsetted, nullified, Canceled, squared, neutralized, tuned.
congeal (verb)
jell, thicken, coagulate, solidify, harden, congeal.
congealed (verb)
jelled, thickened, coagulated, solidified, hardened, congealed.
enact (verb)
ordain, legislate, decree, enact.
enacted (verb)
Legislated, Enacted, decreed, ordained.
harden (verb)
jelly, jell, clot, coagulate, thicken, solidify, cake, congeal, stiffen, gelatinize.
locate (verb)
station, put, spot, unearth, post, pinpoint, locate, find, situate, discover, lay, position.
located (verb)
Unearthed, spotted, found, located, pinpointed, Stationed, discovered, posted, positioned, situated.
order (verb)
subordinate, harmonize, frame, rank, group, rationalize, array, design, rate, scheme, systematize, class, structure, maintain, devise, support, normalize, schematize, sort, score, organize, fix, stratify, unify, establish, program, screen, orchestrate, pigeonhole, type, integrate, stabilize, categorize, Methodize, regulate, arrange, sift, collate, control, unsnarl, marshal, settle, form, order, grade, shape, schedule, compose, mediate, separate, right, plot, chart, plan, prepare, classify.
position, place (verb)
spread, put, level, locate, lay, lodge, settle, lock, post, fix, anchor, introduce, prepare, head, station, zero in, cast, establish, insert, apply, arrange.
prepare (verb)
mobilize, fabricate, develop, furnish, make, curry, fashion, construct, foster, prime, equip, dress, formulate, ready, draft, fit.
prepared (verb)
formulated, Drafted, made, dressed, warmed up, Curried, Fitted, equipped, fabricated, developed, fostered, fashioned, Mobilized, readied, furnished, primed, outfitted, Constructed.
start, incite (verb)
initiate, commence, begin.

Other synonyms:

stiffen, celebratory, satisfying, frugal, Emplace, exist, punch out, sit down, indurate, clock off, clock in, bead, gelatinize, slap-up. punch in, alfresco, clot, cake, belong, put back, crimp, facet, curdle, concentrate, estimate. poise, petrify, battery, jelly, setting, poised, approximate, organization, reset, packed. reckon, negotiate, attune, put forward, occupy. lodge, lie, go back. charm, lock. heavy, light. head. stand. time. spread. turn. begin
get going, kick off.
coagulate, thicken.
get down.
zero in.
solidify, indurate, harden.
located, situate.
state of mind
Other relevant words:
reset, cake, attune, lie, lodge, attitude, close, anchor, head, stand, bend, bearing, concrete, turn, battery, clot.

Usage examples for set

  1. That was the work set before them. – Five Stages of Greek Religion by Gilbert Murray
  2. I'll stop at home to- morrow and take a look over the whole set – Wilfrid Cumbermede by George MacDonald