Definition of Parture

1. n. Departure.



Definition of Parture

1. Noun. (obsolete) departure ¹

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Definition of Parture

1. departure [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Parture

partridges
parts bin
parts catalog
parts catalogue
parts company
parts department
parts interpreter
parts interpreters
parts inventory
parts of human body
parts of speech
partscore
partscores
partsong
parture (current term)
partures
parturiate
parturiated
parturiates
parturiating
parturiency
parturient
parturient paralysis
parturient paresis
parturients
parturifacient
parturifacients
parturiometer

Literary usage of Parture

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Life of Washington by James Kirke Paulding (1842)
"... and captured—Retires from the Service soon after in Disgust, but accepts the Post of Volunteer Aid to General Braddock—De parture for Fort Duquesne. ..."

2. The Life of John Milton by Charles Symmons (1822)
"parture. " The funeral was attended," as Toland informs us, " by all the author's learned and great friends in London, not without a friendly concourse of ..."

3. Female Biography; Or Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women, of All by Mary Hays (1803)
"... parture of his mother; of which a declaration of the illegitimacy of her child appeared a probable consequence. This stratagem, proving successful, ..."

4. The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte by Karl Marx, Daniel De Leon (1907)
"parture—the GENERAL COMMERCIAL CRISIS. At such intervals in the history of trade, commercial failures break out in England, while, in France, ..."

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