Definition of Paroled

1. Verb. (past of parole) ¹



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Definition of Paroled

1. parole [v] - See also: parole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paroled

parody
parodying
parodynia
paroecious
paroemia
paroemias
paroicous
paroket
parol
parol evidence rule
parolable
parole
parole board
parole officer
parole officers
paroled (current term)
parolee
parolees
paroles
parolfactory
parolfactory area
paroling
parolivary
parols
paromologia
paromology
paromomycin
paromomycin sulfate
paromphalocele
paroneiria

Literary usage of Paroled

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1. Social Aspects of the Treatment of the Insane by Jacob Alter Goldberg (1921)
"In only a few of the cases discharged or paroled is any money granted to tide the patients over until they find employment. Beyond that and the clinic work ..."

2. Correction and Prevention by Eugene Smith, Hastings Hornell Hart (1910)
"A state agent for each institution finds work for and visits paroled prisoners. ... State prison convicts on definite sentence who are paroled remain under ..."

3. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1868)
"... that he presumed it amounted to the same thing, and assured her that her " friend" would not be injured, but would be paroled and allowed to remain. ..."

4. The Criminal Courts by Reginald Heber Smith, Herbert Brutus Ehrmann (1921)
"CASES "paroled" IN JANUARY, 1917 In the January term of 1917, 254 men pleaded guilty or were convicted of felonies and 135 were paroled by the court. ..."

5. Transactions of the Commonwealth Club of California by Commonwealth Club of California (1920)
"The critic of the parole system in the main has a marked advantage over its advocates before the public because the few paroled prisoners who revert to ..."

6. State and County Educational Reorganization: The Revised Constitution and by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley (1914)
"paroled children. — All children placed on their good behavior, under any of the provisions of this article, and all children paroled from attendance at the ..."

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