As nouns the difference between stet and sket
is that stet
is a symbol used by proofreaders and typesetters to indicate that a word or phrase that was crossed out should still remain. This is usually marked by writing and circling the word stet above or beside the unwanted edit and underscoring the selection with dashes or dots. Alternatively, a circled checkmark may be used in the margin while sket
is a promiscuous woman.
As a verb stet
is the act of marking previously edited material "stet" to indicate that something previously marked for change should remain as is.