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Adjective: set-apart
  1. Being or feeling set or kept apart from others
    "had a set-apart feeling";
    - detached, isolated, separated, out on a limb
Verb: set apart  set u'paa(r)t
  1. Select something or someone for a specific purpose
    - assign, specify
  2. Set apart from others
    - sequester, sequestrate, keep apart, isolate

Derived forms: sets apart, setting apart, set apart

See also: separate, set

Type of: choose, disunite, divide, part, pick out, select, separate, take

Encyclopedia: Set apart