Definition of Parabling

1. parable [v] - See also: parable



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parabling

parabioses
parabiosis
parabiotic
parabiotic flap
parabiotically
parablast
parablastic
parablasts
parable
parabled
parablelike
parablepsia
parablepsis
parablepsy
parables
parabling (current term)
parabola
parabolae
parabolas
parabole
paraboles
parabolic
parabolic geometry
parabolic mirror
parabolic reflector
parabolical
parabolically
parabolicity
parabolics
paraboliform

Literary usage of Parabling

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1. A Summer in England with Henry Ward Beecher: Giving the Addresses, Lectures by Henry Ward Beecher, James Burton Pond (1887)
"It was only an audacious parabling of his experience with that of Christ, who laid down His life that the world might be redeemed. Now consider. ..."

2. A Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: Supplement by John Jamieson (1825)
"Corr. perhaps from Fr. paraf-er, paraph-er, to flourish in writing ; q. " None of your flourishing circumlocution." Or, is it q. parabling, ..."

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