- n one who sets written material into type
- n a long-haired dog formerly trained to crouch on finding game but now to point
- The new teen-age trend setter is going to be Caroline Kennedy, or at least so predicts Inside Movie Publisher Myron Pass, who plans to run a picture and feature story on Caroline .
- Friends of the setter in the historic Pointer v.
- That simpleton is now a jet-setter.
- Andrew Flintoff in Times Online
As emotional as winning the Ashes [in 2005] was, the emotions of being thrashed were much stronger,Flintoff said. "I've never been a goal-setter, I'm a sports psychologist's nightmare to be honest, but I really want to make up for that...
- Roger Federer in Forbes
It throws off your rhythm a little bit, playing a five-setter,said top-ranked Federer, who barely avoided being an upset victim in the previous round, when he survived a 10-8 final set against Janko Tipsarevic.
- James Blake in USA Today
There used to be a big monkey right there,Blake said, pointing to his back, "and now it's gone. I got the monkey off my back. I got a five-setter."