from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pasture; a meadow; in Scandinavia, a mountain pasture to which the cattle are driven up and where they remain during the summer months.
- n. A wave-cut terrace in solid rock, marking the former position of the strand.
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The next day, we got 25 miles farther, stopping this time in the seter of a Nazi sympathizer who, therefore was well off.
We scraped along for fifteen miles, then took cover in one of the unoccupied summer huts, a seter, that dot the Norwegian mountains.
One of the changes Marr made was to insert Ariana Simpson as seter and it seemed to galvanize the Oaks.
Et tamen non tres seter'* ni, * fed unu« secernus.