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partis

[ pahr-tis ]

adjective

  1. (in prescriptions) of a part.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of partis1

From Latin

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Example Sentences

Tous sont pays—faites vos jeux, Messieurs,—les jeux sont partis!

First gif the exteriour partis of the bodie be caulde, and the interiour partis of the bodie vehement hait.

Bot being knawin, those cruell murtheraris wounded him in diverse partis to the death.

Car on n'ignore plus qu'ils sont partis de la mme main qui l'on doit encore d'autres ouvrages frapps au mme coin.

The Lex majoris partis is founded in Common Law as well as common right.

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