noun, plural parrs, (especially collectively) parr.
Origin of parr
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Contemporary Examples of parr
Parr thinks the app has already begun resonating as a style test kitchen amongst users.
But for now, it is “interesting to see where the figures spread, and find themselves on different platforms,” Parr says.
Historical Examples of parr
"Make me as old as Dr. Parr or old Galen's head, if you like," was the answer.Shoulder-Straps
Parr explained that this stranger was prepared to give lessons in Arabic.
When he had recovered from her simplicity, Parr prepared to tell her what she had come to hear.
Parr showed his downcast eyelids and lantern jaws in the doorway.
Her ring was answered by Parr's niece, the woman with the sleek bandeaux.
noun plural parrs or parr
Word Origin for parr
"young salmon," c.1720, Scottish, of unknown origin.