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  • 1set forth — (something) to explain or state something officially. Our views were set forth by our attorney in her March 13th letter. The board set forth the conditions for her release. Selina based her argument on the rights set forth in the First Amendment… …

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  • 2set forth — I verb allege, argue, articulate, assert, characterize, cite, commence, communicate, contend, convey, declare, delineate, demonstrate, depict, describe, detail, develop, disclose, display, divulge, enunciate, evince, expound, express, illustrate …

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  • 3set forth — ► set forth 1) begin a journey or trip. 2) state or describe in writing or speech. Main Entry: ↑set …

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  • 4set forth — verb 1. state (Freq. 15) set forth one s reasons • Syn: ↑expound, ↑exposit • Derivationally related forms: ↑exposition (for: ↑exposit) …

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  • 5set forth — phrasal verb Word forms set forth : present tense I/you/we/they set forth he/she/it sets forth present participle setting forth past tense set forth past participle set forth 1) [intransitive] literary to start a journey, especially one that is… …

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  • 6set forth — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you set forth a number of facts, beliefs, or arguments, you explain them in writing or speech in a clear, organized way. [FORMAL] [V P n (not pron)] Dr. Mesibov set forth the basis of his approach to teaching students. Syn: set …

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  • 7set forth — {v.}, {formal} 1. To explain exactly or clearly. * /The President set forth his plans in a television talk./ 2. To start to go somewhere; begin a trip. * /The troop set forth on their ten mile hike early./ Compare: SET OUT …

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  • 8set forth — {v.}, {formal} 1. To explain exactly or clearly. * /The President set forth his plans in a television talk./ 2. To start to go somewhere; begin a trip. * /The troop set forth on their ten mile hike early./ Compare: SET OUT …

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  • 9set\ forth — v formal 1. To explain exactly or clearly. The President set forth his plans in a television talk. 2. To start to go somewhere; begin a trip. The troop set forth on their ten mile hike early. Compare: set out …

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  • 10set forth — 1) explain exactly or clearly He carefully set forth the terms of the rental contract. 2) start to go somewhere, begin a trip They set forth on their holiday about 7:00 this morning …

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  • 11set forth — you have set forth a very credible argument Syn: present, describe, set out, detail, delineate, explain, expound; state, declare, announce; submit, offer, put forward, advance, propose, propound …

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  • 12set forth something — set forth (something) to explain or state something officially. Our views were set forth by our attorney in her March 13th letter. The board set forth the conditions for her release. Selina based her argument on the rights set forth in the First… …

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  • 13set forth evidence — index bare Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 14set forth in a will — index testamentary Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 15set forth in words — index express Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 16set forth the character of — index characterize Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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