Related formsun·par·cel·ing, adjective
Definition for parceling (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), par·celed, par·cel·ing or (especially British) par·celled, par·cel·ling.
Origin of parcel
Related formsun·par·celed, adjectiveun·par·celled, adjectiveun·par·cel·ling, adjective
Examples from the Web for parceling
By parceling out to us so little, his concert movie feels more like a loud karaoke bar.
To keep me from mischief, the mate used to set me picking oakum, or ripping up an old sail for 'parceling,' as it was called.
(b) This is to render the surface smooth for parceling and serving.The Gunner's Examiner|Harold E. Cloke
I could not see her as a worker in organized charity, parceling out benefits tied with red tape.May Iverson's Career|Elizabeth Jordan
British Dictionary definitions for parceling
verb -cels, -celling or -celled or US -cels, -celing or -celed (tr)
Word Origin for parcel
Idioms and Phrases with parceling
In addition to the idiom beginning with parcel
- parcel out
- part and parcel