(third-person singular simple present sets forth, present participle setting forth, simple past and past participle set forth)
- To state; describe; give an account of.
- Where any judge falls under any of the challengeable grounds set forth in section 13, the judge may state the grounds to the Court and remove himself from the case concerned.
- To present for consideration; to propose.
- (intransitive) To begin a journey or expedition.
- (intransitive) To start.
- Columbus set forth with three small ships.