Origin of pare
synonym study for pare
OTHER WORDS FROM parepare·a·ble, adjectiveun·pared, adjective
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How to use pare in a sentence
In retirement, Frank is consciously trying to pare down and rein in.Richard Ford’s Artful Survivalist Guide: The Return of Frank Bascombe|Tom LeClair|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After food stamp usage hit record-breaking numbers in 2013, Congress tried to pare back the benefit.
Those measures, combined with continued sustained growth and increasing taxes, have helped pare the deficit.
Jessica Pare serenaded Don Draper on Mad Men but the fascination with her rendition of “Zou Bisou Bisou” is still a bit baffling.CFDA Honors Behind-the-Scenes Fashion Stars and Understated Style|Robin Givhan|June 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
How have we let social interaction pare us down to fewer than 140 keystrokes?
Ambroise Pare, standing in a corner, caught a glance which the duke cast upon him, and immediately advanced.
No sooner was he in the open street than Ruggiero took his arm and asked by what means Ambroise Pare proposed to save the king.
"Your reign is over, messieurs," said Catherine to the Guises, seeing from Pare's face that there was no longer any hope.
Pare your pineapple; cut it in small pieces, and leave out the core.A Poetical Cook-Book|Maria J. Moss
The old lawyer sat down, took a penknife from a drawer, and throwing himself back in his chair, began to pare his nails.The Mynns' Mystery|George Manville Fenn