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
After a number of drinks, Colorado Jim and the pards concluded that it would be lots of fun!
Here were Colorado Jim and the pards on foundered horses, pursuing a rapid individual who was escaping only too easily.
"Howdy, pards," he said, with an assumption of the cowboy manner.Frank Merriwell's Pursuit|Burt L. Standish
This ended my hunting with William Earl, one of the best pards that I ever hit the trail with, or followed a trap line.Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper|Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
"No time to talk, pards," cried Matt, running to the air ship and beginning to make her ready.Motor Matt's Daring Rescue|Stanley R. Matthews