There was another photograph representing him with gloves on, about to have a set-to with a boy friend.
Cut in Miss Hawtry at the second set-to of Harriet and aunt.
And next day we had a set-to with the gloves, and his verdict was 'Only just short of professional.'
But there can be no question about the outcome of such a set-to.
He had set-to with a will, half hoping to kill his anxiety by dint of heavy bodily exertion.
I've been up town and had a set-to with old Baucum and the rest of them.
Harrison, no ways backward, accepted the challenge, and both prepared for a set-to.
So saying, she flourished her duster as if about to set-to again.
By then the others were near enough to take part in the set-to.
A set-to in the lobby was the consequence, where his lordship quickly proved victorious.
A contention; fight; bout: Another venomous set-to among the politicians (1743+ Boxing)