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Verb: set forth  set forth
  1. State
    "set forth one's reasons";
    - expound, exposit
  2. Head for somewhere else
    "The family set forth for Florida";
    - depart, part, start, start out, set off, set out, take off

Derived forms: sets forth, set forth, setting forth

Type of: dilate, elaborate, enlarge, expand, expatiate, exposit, expound, flesh out, go away, go forth, leave, lucubrate [archaic], off [informal]