Origin of pard1
OTHER WORDS FROM pardpard·ine [pahr-dahyn, -din], /ˈpɑr daɪn, -dɪn/, adjective
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How to use pard in a sentence
But we don't want any differences, pard: we only want a squar game.Two Men of Sandy Bar|Bret Harte
"Wal, pard Anson, if this heah gurl ain't handsome my eyes have gone pore," drawled Wilson.The Man of the Forest|Zane Grey
"Jest you get in at it, pard," he said, moistening the palms of his hands preparatory to gripping his rifle.The Hero of Panama|F. S. Brereton
"Looks like a bwick," remarked the pard, suspiciously, after carefully surveying the find.
"Dig up some sand, pard, and fling it into the cinder-sifter while I write out the caution in blue pencil," said Stanley.