Definition of Parpents

1. parpent [n] - See also: parpent



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parpents

paroxysmal trepidant abasia
paroxysmally
paroxysms
paroxytone
paroxytones
paroxytonic
parp
parpane
parpanes
parped
parpen
parpend
parpends
parpens
parpent
parpents (current term)
parping
parpoint
parpoints
parps
parquet
parquet circle
parquet floor
parquetage
parqueted
parqueterie
parqueting
parquetries
parquetry
parquets

Literary usage of Parpents

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1. Publications of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society (1846)
"The other examples confirm this derivation, for this table is coupled with parpents, corbels and crestes, all shewing that the upper finishing of walls was ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1860)
"[About 9d. a week.] " Sum of wages, 25' 7' 3d. "EMPTIONS.—To Master Albericus for arrears of form-piece* .... 66'; 53 feet of parpents, 4d per foot; ..."

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