set out

set out  {v.}
1. To leave on a journey or voyage.
The Pilgrims set out for the New World.
Compare: SET FORTH (2), SET OFF (4), START OUT.
2. To decide and begin to try; attempt.
George set out to improve his pitching.
3. To plant in the ground.
The gardener set out some tomato seedlings.
Categories: verb world

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