inset inset  /ˈɪn ˌsɛt/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a small picture inserted within the bounds or a larger one
  2. (n) an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted
  3. (n) a piece of material used to strengthen or enlarge a garment
  4. (v) set or place in

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The sides of the tent are crimson chiffon, the ceiling is black satin inset with sequin stars, and the drapes and the throw cushions are gold and amber silk.
  2. Navy suit and silk shirt with inset stripes by Miguel Adrover.
  3. The sides of the tent are crimson chiffon, the ceiling is black satin inset with sequin stars, and the drapes and the throw cushions are gold and amber silk.

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  1. "I'm aware that a lot of parents were very unhappy at the amount of school time lost because of the poor weather," said Mr Andrews. "There were several complaints made about there being inset days shortly after, and I'm considering what to do...
    on Jun 26, 2010 By: Leighton Andrews Source: WalesOnline

  2. "It also appeared on the front in an inset", Price said. "Are you saying that...... you as an editor of a national newspaper...... would not have checked the provenance of that story?"
    on Feb 25, 2010 By: Adam Price Source: The Guardian

  3. "There was a barn down below a hill, and he sat there sketching it," Eastwood said. "In retrospect, I wish I had included an inset of the drawing, because it was wonderful."
    on Sep 11, 2007 By: Clint Eastwood Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

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