paralleled

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  • The creek is paralleled by a county road for much of its course.
  • The creek is paralleled by a county road for most of its course.
  • She wrote a novel whose story paralleled her own life.
  • Her life paralleled much of the early history of the church.
  • This story is paralleled by a modern-day murder mystery also based on a true story.
  • A small defensive effort always paralleled the weapons development and production program.
  • The church growth was paralleled by the general growth of the town.
  • The system turned just offshore and paralleled the eastern coast for several days.
  • His physical courage shown at this age was paralleled by his moral courage in later years. Cited from Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution, by Alpheus Spring Packard
  • As the elephants moved along slowly we paralleled them and studied them as well as we could. Cited from In Africa, by John T. McCutcheon
  • The creek is paralleled by county roads for most of its course.
  • The creek is paralleled by county roads for much of its length.
  • The landing stage paralleled the river for perhaps some fifty feet. Cited from Storm Over Warlock, by Andre Norton
  • Over the last two decades, legal education has paralleled the growth of the legal profession.
  • Her popularity as a singer was paralleled by rising success in a series of films and television programs.
  • This was paralleled in a legal fight between the abbey and the bishop over who actually owned the island.
  • The popularity of game shows in the United States was closely paralleled around the world.
  • Martin's first months in office paralleled the feverish activity of the new federal administration.
  • The singular variety of his career could hardly be paralleled outside of the United States. Cited from Twenty Years of Congress, Volume 2 (of 2), by James Gillespie Blaine
  • The development of composite units in the reserve paralleled a far more significant development in the active forces. Cited from Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965, by Morris J. MacGregor Jr.
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Root form of paralleled is parallel for the verb.

Meaning of paralleled

  • verb Be parallel to
    Their roles are paralleled by ours
  • verb Make or place parallel to something
    They paralleled the ditch to the highway