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Spell check of setting

Correct spelling: setting

Synonyms:
transiting, contexture, hall, parceling, chant, marking, vacillating, amphitheater, environs, settling, background, riding horse, separating, positioning, climate, sharing, backdrop, situating, vista, condition, altering, charm, fluctuating, scheming, mise en scene, devising, classing, categorizing, frame, aspect, place setting, allocating, arraying, cathode-ray oscilloscope, adagio, counteracting, stabilizing, ad-lib, mutating, ordaining, measure, jelling, center, grouping, collating, composing, making, oscilloscope, allowing, auditorium, perspective, meting, applying, equipping, integrating, set, clasp, shadow, neutralizing, organizing, imperial, typing, stratifying, stationing, plotting, milieu, campus, facet, gymnasium, spotting, circuit, background knowledge, righting, shaping, regulating, range, gradation, attaching, correcting, furnishing, grading, concerto, giving, scope, charting, adjusting, terrain, ring, splitting, backing, conniption, prospect, marshalling, Colosseum, ascribing, tuning, shot, sorting, mounting, context of use, circle, aside, cutlery, arrangement, field, cutting, locating, backcloth, compensating, backstory, stage, ambience, fitting, beat, balancing, enacting, dominion, acknowledging, distributing, apportioning, dealing, ordering, sifting, reach, currying, fit, locale, bead, transfiguring, bailiwick, varying, putting, theater, action, scoring, classifying, modulating, developing, budgeting, region, congealing, circus, ranking, metric, precinct, hardening, transforming, compass, scenery, hippodrome, stage setting, canceling, crocks, solidifying, establishing, mediating, reforming, dispensing, tantrum, finding, squaring, act, pigeonholing, unifying, bass, atmosphere, graduation, turf, mount, gallery, fostering, legislating, drafting, air, deviating, programming, forming, dishes, priming, allotting, denouement, arena, linguistic context, location, area, orbit, coagulating, scheduling, realm, comic relief, geocentric, venue, screening, place, systematizing, distance, pen, adapting, content, saddle horse, normalizing, attributing, horizon, ambit, maintaining, medium, dividing, assigning, shade, supporting, structuring, arranging, changing, converting, measuring, laying, clime, earmarking, climb, branding, allegro, whereabouts, framing, factor, slicing, offsetting, methodizing, harmonizing, connecting, crockery, ambient, casting, segmenting, andante, room, courtyard, rationing, blaming, placing, orchestrating, scene, warming up, province, fabricating, cantata, contrivance, desktop, calibration, site, picture, referring, designing, cruet, canteen, controlling, dinner service, formulating, imputing, circumstance, decreeing, unsnarling, chorus, diversifying, accrediting, thickening, panorama, base, counterbalancing, framework, context, mountain, nullifying, telescope, view, performing arts, unearthing, citing, transposing, pinpointing, crediting, rationalizing, fixing, consideration, bone china, earthenware, posting, battle-ground, planning, screen background, battlefield, ground, domain, fashioning, preparing, dressing, outfitting, background signal, modifying, subordinating, surround, partitioning, readying, portioning, schematizing, rating, discovering, metrication, enclosure, absolute, constructing, surroundings, mobilizing, china.

Antonyms:
rising.

Examples of usage:

1) The setting of the play is a part of the beginning. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

2) After that, we sat together for a long time and only took leave of each other when the sun was setting. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) I'm almost afraid you have succeeded in setting him off again. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

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