Ground and Set

Ground

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Ground noun – The physical conditions or features that form the setting against which something is viewed.
Usage example: take her picture against a blue ground in order to bring out her blue eyes

Set and ground are semantically related. in base topic. In some cases you can use "Set" instead the word "Ground" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like activity.
Nearby Words: grounded, groundwork, groundless, grounding, groundsman
Synonyms for Ground

Set

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Set noun – A group of people acting together within a larger group.
Ground and set are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Ground" instead the word "Set" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: setup, setting
Synonyms for Set

How words are described

old old ground old set
fresh fresh ground fresh set
best best ground best set
similar similar ground similar set
Other adjectives: normal, common, original, actual, entire, massive, big, new, primary, last.

Common collocations

many ground many set many
story ground story set story

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Daredevil Flaming Emblem: Matt apparently drew his famous "DD" emblem in gasoline and let it set at a crime scene, knowing that someone would flick a cigarette on the ground and set it off.
  • Flaming Emblem In Daredevil, the title hero apparently drew his famous "DD" emblem in gasoline and let it set at a crime scene, knowing that someone would flick a cigarette on the ground and set it off.
  • Death from Above Not only does this look awesome but the flames make a satisfying low whoosh sound as they hit the ground and set red-shirts alight.
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Set and Ground. (2016). Retrieved 2021, January 26, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/ground/set
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