To set off

Definition of To set off

To enter upon a journey; to start.
(Typog.) To deface or soil the next sheet; - said of the ink on a freshly printed sheet, when another sheet comes in contact with it before it has had time to dry.

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To serve one the same sauce
To serve one's self of
To serve tables
To serve the cable
To set
To set a sail
To set a saw
To set a sponge
To set about
To set abroach
To set against
To set agoing
To set apart
To set aside
To set at naught
To set by
To set forth
To set forward
To set in
To set light by
-To set off-
To set on
To set on fire
To set on foot
To set on work
To set one's cap
To set one's cap for
To set one's rest
To set sail
To set steven
To set the eyes on
To set the hand to
To set the heart at rest
To set the heart upon
To set the land
To set the palette
To set the teeth on edge
To set to sale
To set to work
To set up one's staff
To settle on
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