a group of stamps that differ in color, value, or design but are printed together on the same sheet and are collected without separating the stamps.
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- Set foot
1. set foot in. Enter, as in I’ll never set foot in this house again. 2. set foot on. Step on, as in We were so happy to set foot on dry land. [ c. 1600 ]
noun, Mathematics. 1. a function having a collection of sets as domain.
noun 1. the third son of Adam. Gen. 4:25. 2. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “substitute.”. noun, Egyptian Religion. 1. Set. noun 1. (Old Testament) Adam’s third son, given by God in place of the murdered Abel (Genesis 4:25) appointed; a substitute, the third son of Adam and Eve (Gen. 4:25; […]