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How to Pronounce setters?

Correct pronunciation for the word "setters" is [sˈɛtəz], [sˈɛtəz], [s_ˈɛ_t_ə_z].

"Setters" in context

Setters are a type of dog that are known for their intelligence and athleticism. They are also incredibly loyal and people-oriented dogs. Setters were originally bred to help with hunting, so they have a keen sense of smell and an ability to find birds and other game. They have a graceful and elegant appearance, with a long body and beautiful coat. The English Setter is the most popular type of setter, with a solid white coat and spots. Irish Setters are similar, but with a deep mahogany red coat.

Setters do not require intense physical activity, but they do need regular exercise and mental stimulation.

What are similar-sounding words for setters?

  • seiders.

Usage over time for setters:

This graph shows how "setters" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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