verb (used with object), par·ried, par·ry·ing.
verb (used without object), par·ried, par·ry·ing.
noun, plural par·ries.
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Origin of parry
OTHER WORDS FROM parrypar·ri·a·ble, adjectivepar·ri·er, nounun·par·ried, adjectiveun·par·ry·ing, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for parry
Beyond speeding up typical applications, Snowflake allows the company to answer “data questions that were once impossible,” Parry adds.Meet Snowflake, one of the buzziest tech IPOs ever|Aaron Pressman|September 15, 2020|Fortune
Only patience, parries, and striking when you see an opening will ensure your victory.
Critics like Parry Aftab argue that these sites are essentially conduits for bullying.
The Falklands gets mentioned on page three; there is music by Elgar (of course) and Parry.
No one has heard the Bolivarian leader speak a word (due to a surgical tube in his trachea, officials parry).
Parry acknowledged that the Krim tragedy has provoked anxiety among parents.The Stranger Inside Your House: Terrified by the Alleged Killer Nanny|Paula Froelich|October 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Think like a fencer: parry on Medicare; lunge at the stimulus.
“All right, sahib,” was the unexpected parry to this astounding thrust, and Chumru kept on with his task.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
His sword half turned as Richard attempted parry,—but smote the Norman's helm-crest.
And before he could raise to parry, Richard saw the other's blade swing straight upon him.
If you produce texts about one offering, or any others of the sort, he has still a thrust to deliver that it is hard to parry.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
The wives bore ill-usage with the most extraordinary equanimity, and never attempted to parry even the most savage blow.The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont|Louis de Rougemont