Definition of Lego set
1. Noun. (trademark) a child's plastic construction set for making mechanical models.
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Literary usage of Lego set
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1. The Template-Makers of the Paris Basin: Toichological Techniques for by John James (1989)
"... was erected like a Lego set in which each piece came from a different box. There is no sign of client control, each builder pleasing himself on the ..."
2. Implementation of Megan's Law: Public Hearing Before the Senate Judiciary by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"We are setting this up-- This is being set up in such a way -- someone likened it to a Lego set to me -- those with children will ..."
3. The Letters of Marmot Brown: An Anthology of Letters to a Local Newspaper by Malgorzata Dunning Publishing (2005)
"... Development Corporation was funded by 'chocolate tokens' from the government, and he had a totally free Lego set and a green field to play with. ..."
4. Neither Created Nor Evolved: Living Joyously Without a Creator by Walter Prytulak (2001)
"Natural selection, chance, and the human being are able to handle this type of evolution, in a manner in which a child uses a Lego set to build a variety of ..."