Definition of Parsed

1. Verb. (past of parse) ¹



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Definition of Parsed

1. parse [v] - See also: parse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parsed

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pars uterina tubae uterinae
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pars vagalis nervi accessorii
pars ventralis pontis
pars vertebralis faciei costalis pulmonis
pars vestibularis nervi vestibulocochlearis
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parsed (current term)
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Literary usage of Parsed

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1. A Broader Elementary Educationby John Pancoast Gordy by John Pancoast Gordy (1903)
"Completely parsed Caesar. Book 1. Each page bears interlinear translation, literal translation ... Identical in plan, scope, and arrangement with the parsed ..."

2. 1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described: Adapted to Private Schools ...by Edward Sylvester Ellis by Edward Sylvester Ellis (1899)
"Completely parsed Caesar. Book 1. Each page bears interlinear translation, ... Identical in plan, scope, and arrangement with the parsed Casar, ..."

3. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1811)
"... whose extremities being parsed round, crossing one another, behind the body, are tied before, where they may be seen, altered, or loosened at pleasure; ..."

4. Historical memoirs of my own time by Sir Nathaniel William Wraxall (1904)
"Dodington parsed the day at Kew. He was a favourite of Frederick, Prince of Wales. P. 240. Agriculture. Francis, fifth Duke of Bedford (1765- 1802), ..."

5. A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the Otchipwe Language for the Use of by Frederic Baraga (1878)
"A substantive or noun is parsed by telling its kind, whether a. common noun or a ... A. pronoun is parsed by stating the kind, (there are.flve kinds or ..."

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