Meaning of well set on in English:

well set on

adjective

  • Especially of a part of an animal's body: in a good or pleasing position.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Robert Ashley (1565–1641), translator and book collector. From well + set, past participle of set + on, after to set on.

Pronunciation

well set on

/ˌwɛl ˌsɛt ˈɒn/