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A New England phrase that is usually heard in or around shops. It's used to take the place of "no I don't need any help" or "no thanks."

It confuses the hell out people from the rest of the country. Especially the Southeners.
Shopkeep: Can I help you with anything?

Shopper: No, I'm all set, thanks.
by causticx June 14, 2009
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A phrase used in place of I'm ok, I'm ready. To be satisfied and not need anything. Always said by a Mainer
Tom "Hey Chris would you like a shipyard?"

Chris " Nahh, I'm all set."
by Troy Wojtaszek November 27, 2007
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