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1. stone

noun. ['ˈstoʊn'] a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter.

Synonyms

  • petrifaction
  • concretion
  • outcrop
  • sill
  • outcropping
  • stepping stone
  • rock
  • crystal
  • clastic rock
  • xenolith
  • calculus
  • crystallization
  • chondrite
  • whin
  • whinstone
  • boulder
  • pebble
  • intrusion
  • rock outcrop
  • tor
  • natural object
  • bedrock
  • wall rock
  • achondrite

Antonyms

  • insubstantial
  • immaterial
  • insubstantiality
  • unworldly

Etymology

  • stan (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • stan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Words that Rhyme with Set In Stone

  • diaz-calderon
  • revolucion
  • corporacion
  • concepcion
  • flintstone
  • bourguignon
  • vanstone
  • unbeknown
  • trombone
  • romanone
  • overthrown
  • overgrown
  • overblown
  • morricone
  • montrone
  • homegrown
  • cipollone
  • calderon
  • yarchoan
  • stallone
  • scavone
  • postpone
  • outgrown
  • mcglone
  • mccrone
  • latrone
  • hipbone
  • dragone
  • dethrone
  • cyclone

2. stone

noun. ['ˈstoʊn'] building material consisting of a piece of rock hewn in a definite shape for a special purpose.

Synonyms

  • monolith
  • paving stone
  • building material
  • hearthstone
  • impost
  • cornerstone
  • tombstone
  • millstone
  • copestone
  • whetstone
  • foundation stone
  • capstone
  • springer
  • ashlar
  • stretcher
  • stela
  • grindstone
  • headstone
  • gravestone
  • stele

Antonyms

  • unclog
  • unstuff
  • pull
  • empty

Etymology

  • stan (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • stan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. stone

noun. ['ˈstoʊn'] material consisting of the aggregate of minerals like those making up the Earth's crust.

Synonyms

  • emery stone
  • caliche
  • limestone
  • matrix
  • shingling
  • material
  • marble
  • metamorphic rock
  • rock
  • quartzite
  • greisen
  • emery rock
  • aphanite
  • crushed rock
  • road metal
  • gravel
  • dolomite
  • sedimentary rock
  • igneous rock
  • sima
  • pudding stone
  • pumice
  • calc-tufa
  • pumice stone
  • mineral
  • tufa
  • claystone
  • conglomerate
  • magma
  • fieldstone
  • sial

Antonyms

  • responsiveness
  • agitation
  • fearfulness
  • Heaven

Etymology

  • stan (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • stan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. set

verb. ['ˈsɛt'] put into a certain place or abstract location.

Synonyms

  • fix
  • middle
  • mislay
  • underlay
  • pillow
  • cock
  • prepose
  • pigeonhole
  • perch
  • put down
  • move
  • sow
  • stratify
  • settle
  • set up
  • bed
  • appose
  • repose
  • deposit
  • lean
  • tee up
  • upend
  • lay
  • sit
  • bucket
  • ground
  • space
  • ship
  • throw
  • step
  • butt
  • glycerolise
  • stick in
  • recline
  • stand
  • thrust
  • shelve
  • plant
  • superimpose
  • load
  • enclose
  • lay over
  • put in
  • glycerolize
  • bottle
  • parallelize
  • superpose
  • park
  • sign
  • imbricate
  • introduce
  • settle down
  • replace
  • ensconce
  • intersperse
  • nestle
  • instal
  • place down
  • postpose
  • arrange
  • displace
  • pile
  • poise
  • dispose
  • trench
  • ladle
  • place upright
  • set down
  • coffin
  • posit
  • barrel
  • cram
  • situate
  • inclose
  • put back
  • pose
  • lose
  • rest
  • put
  • position
  • place
  • siphon
  • misplace
  • emplace
  • juxtapose
  • snuggle
  • install
  • clap
  • insert
  • reposition
  • sit down
  • docket
  • seed
  • jar
  • tee
  • seat
  • marshal
  • recess
  • rack up

Antonyms

  • deglycerolize
  • win
  • progress
  • gain

Etymology

  • set (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. set

verb. ['ˈsɛt'] fix conclusively or authoritatively.

Synonyms

  • identify
  • determine
  • price
  • charge
  • tax
  • filiate
  • format
  • value
  • initialize
  • assess
  • date
  • initialise

Antonyms

  • empty
  • unsheathe
  • uncover
  • lose

Etymology

  • set (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. set

noun. ['ˈsɛt'] a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used.

Synonyms

  • consort
  • octet
  • core
  • manicure set
  • core group
  • intersection
  • threescore
  • nucleus
  • chess set
  • sum
  • volume
  • join
  • septet
  • product
  • collection
  • quintette
  • triple
  • quintuplet
  • field
  • quintet
  • quadruple
  • score
  • choir
  • quartet
  • portfolio
  • Cartesian product
  • sestet
  • trio
  • quintuple
  • octette
  • quadruplet
  • quartette
  • synset
  • pair
  • accumulation
  • sextet
  • sextette
  • brace
  • union
  • triad
  • conjugation
  • bracket
  • septette
  • suite
  • assemblage
  • dentition
  • singleton
  • triplet
  • teeth

Antonyms

  • unwind
  • arrange
  • disengage
  • wind

Etymology

  • set (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. set

noun. ['ˈsɛt'] (mathematics) an abstract collection of numbers or symbols.

Synonyms

  • intersection
  • topological space
  • null set
  • mathematical space
  • field
  • universal set
  • root
  • range
  • domain of a function
  • abstract entity
  • domain
  • image
  • interval
  • solution
  • subset
  • diagonal
  • Mandelbrot set
  • mathematical group
  • abstraction
  • range of a function
  • locus

Antonyms

  • behave
  • discontinue
  • refrain
  • closing

Etymology

  • set (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. set

verb. ['ˈsɛt'] decide upon or fix definitely.

Synonyms

  • fix
  • specify
  • determine
  • limit
  • define
  • name
  • select
  • quantify
  • reset
  • take
  • choose

Antonyms

  • negativeness
  • positiveness
  • negativity
  • positivity

Etymology

  • set (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. set

verb. ['ˈsɛt'] establish as the highest level or best performance.

Synonyms

  • lay down
  • establish
  • mark

Antonyms

  • uncommunicative
  • smooth
  • unplug
  • phase out

Etymology

  • set (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. in

adverb. ['ɪn, ˈɪn'] to or toward the inside of.

Synonyms

  • inward

Antonyms

  • unsnarl
  • recede

Etymology

  • inne (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Example sentences of the word set-in-stone


1. Noun Phrase
All banks have to follow the financial laws put forth by the U.S. government, but commercial banks may treat their own, additional rules as if they're set in stone.

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