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2 definitions found
 for set aside
From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  set aside
      v 1: give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause;
           "I will earmark this money for your research"; "She sets
           aside time for meditation every day" [syn: allow,
           appropriate, earmark, set aside, reserve]
      2: make inoperative or stop; "suspend payments on the loan"
         [syn: suspend, set aside]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  258 Moby Thesaurus words for "set aside":
     abandon, abolish, abrogate, abrupt, abscind, adjourn, admit,
     admit exceptions, alienate, allocate, allot, allow, allow for,
     amputate, annihilate, annul, appoint, appropriate to, assign,
     assign to, ban, bar, bob, bolt, brush aside, brush off, cancel,
     carry away, carry off, cart away, cast off, cast out, clip,
     concede, conserve, consider, consider the circumstances,
     consider the source, continue, cordon, cordon off, countermand,
     counterorder, crop, cull, cull out, cut, cut adrift, cut away,
     cut off, cut out, defer, delay, delete, delocalize, depart,
     destine, detail, disannul, disarticulate, disconnect, discount,
     disengage, disjoin, disjoint, dislodge, dismiss, displace,
     disregard, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, do away with,
     dock, drag out, drop the subject, earmark, eject, eliminate,
     enucleate, eradicate, estrange, except, excise, exclude, expel,
     extend, extinguish, extirpate, fate, forget, forget about it,
     forget it, ghettoize, gin, grant, hang fire, hang up, hold back,
     hold off, hold over, hold up, husband, insulate, invalidate,
     isolate, keep, keep apart, keep aside, keep back, keep by one,
     keep in reserve, keep in store, keep on hand, knock off, lay aside,
     lay away, lay by, lay over, leave, let it go, let slip,
     lift temporarily, lop, lot, make allowance for, make assignments,
     make void, manhandle, mark off, mark out for, move, mutilate, nip,
     nullify, ordain, override, overrule, pare, part, peel, pick out,
     pigeonhole, portion off, postpone, preserve, prolong, prorogate,
     prorogue, protract, provide for, prune, pull away, pull back,
     pull out, push aside, put apart, put aside, put away, put by,
     put in mothballs, put off, put on ice, quarantine, recall, recant,
     recess, relax, relax the condition, relocate, remove, renege,
     repeal, rescind, reserve, restrict, restrict to, retain, retract,
     reverse, revoke, riddle, root out, rule out, save, save up,
     schedule, screen, seclude, segregate, send, separate, sequester,
     set, set apart, set by, set off, shave, shear, shelve, shift,
     shift off, shrug off, shunt, shut off, side, sideline, sieve, sift,
     sleep on, sneeze at, sort out, split, stamp out, stand aloof,
     stand apart, stand aside, stand over, stave off, stay, step aside,
     store, stow, stretch out, strike off, strip, strip off, subtract,
     suspend, table, table the motion, tag, take a recess,
     take account of, take away, take into account,
     take into consideration, take off, take out, think nothing of,
     thrash, thresh, throw off, throw out, thrust aside, truncate,
     turn away from, uncouple, unyoke, vacate, void, waive, winnow,
     wipe out, withdraw, withhold, write off
  
  

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