[noun in-set; verb in-set] /noun ˈɪnˌsɛt; verb ɪnˈsɛt/
something inserted; insert.
a small picture, map, etc., inserted within the border of a larger one.
the act of setting in.
a piece of cloth or other material set into a garment, usually as an ornamental panel.
verb (used with object), inset, insetting.
to set in or insert, as an inset:
to inset a panel in a dress.
to insert an inset in:
to inset a mounting with jewels.
verb (ɪnˈsɛt) -sets, -setting, -set
(transitive) to set or place in or within; insert
a piece of fabric inserted into a garment, as to shape it or for decoration
a flowing in, as of the tide
1550s, “influx of water, place where water flows in,” from in + set (n.2). Meaning “extra pages of a book, etc.” is from 1875; that of “small map in the border of a larger one” is from 1881.
- In seventh heaven
In a state of bliss, as in John was in seventh heaven when the director praised his speech. Used figuratively since the early 1800s, this term alludes to the dwelling place of God in highest of the seven concentric spheres that surround the earth in the system recognized by both Muslims and ancient Jews.
[in-sev-er-uh-buh l, -sev-ruh-] /ɪnˈsɛv ər ə bəl, -ˈsɛv rə-/ adjective 1. unable to be severed or separated: an inseverable alliance.
/ɪnˈʃælə/ sentence substitute 1. (Islam) if Allah wills it 1857, phonetic spelling of Arabic in sha Allah “if Allah wills (it).”
[in-sheeth ] /ɪnˈʃið/ verb (used with object), insheathed, insheathing. 1. .