Definition of Paragraphs

1. Noun. (plural of paragraph) ¹



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Definition of Paragraphs

1. paragraph [v] - See also: paragraph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paragraphs

paragraph
paragraph mark
paragraph marks
paragraphed
paragrapher
paragraphers
paragraphia
paragraphic
paragraphical
paragraphing
paragraphist
paragraphistical
paragraphists
paragraphless
paragraphos
paragraphs (current term)
paragrele
paraguanajuatite
paraguay tea
parahelium
parahemophilia
parahepatic
parahexyl
parahiatal hernia
parahidrosis
parahippocampal
parahippocampal gyri
parahippocampal gyruses
parahopeite

Literary usage of Paragraphs

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1. Composition and Rhetoric for Higher Schools by Sara Elizabeth Husted Lockwood, Mary Alice Emerson (1901)
"CHAPTER XIII RELATED paragraphs We should manage our thoughts as shepherds do their flowers in making a garland; first select the choicest, and then dispose ..."

2. Composition and Rhetoric for Schools by Robert Herrick (1902)
"The Length of paragraphs.—If a paragraph represents a division of thought in ... If we look at the paragraphs of good writers, however, wo shall learn a few ..."

3. The Principles of English Grammar: Comprising the Substance of the Most by Peter Bullions (1850)
"New Style Viz • Namely MSS. Manuscripts R. N Royal Navy O. 3. Old *yie i :-:i| Esquire JP Justice of the Peace paragraphs. ..."

4. The Measurement of Silent Reading by May Ayres Burgess (1921)
"The paragraphs as they appear in the final edition of the scale have been subjected to repeated revisions in order to secure these kinds of equality. ..."

5. Manual of Composition and Rhetoric by John Hays Gardiner, George Lyman Kittredge, Sarah Louise Arnold (1907)
"Compare your paragraphs with the first and second examples on pages ... Exchange paragraphs with a classmate and criticise his composition with respect to ..."

6. Paragraph-writing by Fred Newton Scott, Joseph Villiers Denney (1893)
"This intermingling of deduction and induction which is seen in almost all paragraphs of an expository and argumentative character gives a less formal ..."

7. English Composition by Chester Noyes Greenough, Frank Wilson Cheney Hersey (1917)
"When paragraphs are in a series, as is usually the case, their relation to each ... Other instances appear in the paragraphs on pages 212-214 of this book. ..."

8. Handbook for Newspaper Workers, Treating Grammar, Punctuation, English by Grant Milnor Hyde (1921)
"Are the facts that would thus be lost of greater interest than facts in earlier paragraphs ? Try cutting the last two paragraphs. ..."

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