Set-in - definition of set-in by The Free Dictionary
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1. Made or placed as a part of another unit or structure: a set-in stereo cabinet.
2. Made separately and stitched into the main part: a dress with set-in sleeves.
Material, as for a book, that is inserted; an insert.
1. made separately and placed within another unit: set-in closets.
2. (of a sleeve) joined to the body of a garment at the shoulder and having a seam at that juncture.
References in periodicals archive
They pledged that they would continue set-ins
in the city till acceptance of their demands.
He asked the central government of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to avoid creating any hurdles in way of holding peaceful protest demonstrations or set-ins
by PTI leaders and workers.
Also in September, the Lebanese Army arrested a terrorist network of the ISIL Takfiri group that was planning to carry out bombings and to task persons with participating in Beirut's popular set-ins
to stir up sedition in the country.