Definition of new-set in US English:

new-set

adjective

poetic
  • Newly set; newly determined on.

verb

rare, poetic
  • with object To set afresh or in a new fashion.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Middleton (d. 1627), playwright. From new + set<br>mid 16th century; earliest use found in Nicholas Udall (1504–1556), schoolmaster and playwright. From new + set.

Pronunciation

new-set

/ˌnjuːˈsɛt/