Etymology
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set-aside (n.)

1943, from verbal phrase (early 15c.); see set (v.) + aside (adv.).

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Definitions of set-aside

set-aside (adj.)
reserved in advance;
Synonyms: booked / engaged
From wordnet.princeton.edu

Dictionary entries near set-aside

sestina

set

Set

set off

seta

set-aside

setback

Seth

setness

sett

settee