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Parallel, subst. 1) a line on the same plain and in the same direction as another: “delves the --s in beauty's brow,” Sonn. 60, 10. “that's done, as near as the extremest ends of --s,” Troil. I, 3, 168 (i. e. as the opposed extremities of two parallels).
2) equal: “without a p.” Tp. I, 2, 74. “this ring, whose high respect and rich validity did lack a p.” All's V, 3, 193. “where was he that could stand up his p.” Cymb. V, 4, 54.
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