verb (used with object), par·get·ed, par·get·ing or (especially British) par·get·ted, par·get·ting.
- parhelic circle,
- pari passu
Origin of parget
Examples from the Web for parget
Parget saw the natives with their rifles and seemed a little puzzled.
I dont, said Mr Parget, Id sooner be suspected wrongly than rightly any day.
Well, said Parget, theyre the finest set of natives Ive seen yet anywhere.
Quite natural that you should be careful, sir, said Parget, smiling.
But he said nothing of this to Parget at present; it might possibly make a yarn for a dull evening on the Snowflake.
- plaster, mortar, etc, used to line chimney flues or cover walls
- plasterwork that has incised ornamental patterns