Definition of Parafle
1. paraffle [n -S] - See also: paraffle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parafle
Literary usage of Parafle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Elements of Drawing: In Three Letters to Beginners by John Ruskin (1876)
"13., a R' is parafle to Mv — /. aI R' and M & v are alternate triangles, /. a R' : Mv :: ab : b v. And it has just been shown that also aR : Tv :: a~b : bv ..."
2. The Antiquary by Walter Scott (1878)
"... and dulcimers, and a' instruments o' music—I wonder if that was acceptable, or whether it is of these grand parafle o' ceremonies that Holy Writ says, ..."
3. Three Centuries of Scottish Literature by Hugh Walker (1893)
"ments o' music—I wonder if that was acceptable, or whether it is of these grand parafle o' ceremonies that holy writ says ' It is an abomination to me. ..."