verb (used with object), par·get·ed, par·get·ing or (especially British) par·get·ted, par·get·ting.
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Origin of parget
OTHER WORDS FROM pargetun·par·get·ed, adjective
Words nearby parget
How to use parget in a sentence
But he said nothing of this to Parget at present; it might possibly make a yarn for a dull evening on the Snowflake.
Quite natural that you should be careful, sir, said Parget, smiling.
I assure you, Mr Parget, that I have no inclination to say a word.
Parget saw the natives with their rifles and seemed a little puzzled.
Now to come to the point; what do you want with me, Mr Parget?
British Dictionary definitions for parget
- plaster, mortar, etc, used to line chimney flues or cover walls
- plasterwork that has incised ornamental patterns