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  • Changes in agriculture were parallelled by changes in the face of the village.
  • From here, a set of railroad tracks parallelled nearby, following SR 823 for most of its length.
  • They have been parallelled by social factors as men took advantage of natural opportunities to concentrate, feed and house ever larger human aggregates. Cited from Civilization and Beyond, by Scott Nearing
  • Kiger said that his views parallelled those of Treen and claimed that his non-political technical background would have benefited state government.
  • The control, direction and administration of the nucleus is parallelled by the control, direction and administration of the total complex -- the empire and/or the civilization. Cited from Civilization and Beyond, by Scott Nearing
  • The two lines roughly parallelled Line 2 and Line 1 of the modern days, respectively.
  • The former is distinctly apocalyptic in character, and both may be parallelled in what is regarded as purely Semitic literature. Cited from History of Egypt, by L.W. King and H.R. Hall
  • The right-of-way parallelled the three-decade-old Morris Canal past Lake Hopatcong, the canal's leading source of water.
  • These are parallelled in Middle English by the terms swart for dull black and blaek for luminous black.
  • This revolution in the tempo of production and capital accumulation was parallelled by a like revolution in transportation and communication by land, water, and eventually by air and in space. Cited from Civilization and Beyond, by Scott Nearing
  • At the same time each of its virtues are parallelled and offset by the petty cruelties of a small, incestuous community.
  • The river is parallelled by the Corniche, a waterfront promenade of the kind found in many Egyptian locations.
  • The closing lines declare, as far as the poet could declare them, these subjective experiences of his which, in a manner rarely parallelled, coloured and formed his thought on the highest things. Cited from Alfred Tennyson, by Andrew Lang
  • The grant itself is addressed directly to Saint Andrew, the patron saint of the church, a usage parallelled by other charters in the same archive.
  • VIII, on Euseb., l.c. Victor's action is parallelled by that of Stephen. Cited from History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7), by Adolph Harnack
  • There are only thirty fables in the Talmud and the Midrash, and of these several cannot be parallelled in other literatures. Cited from Chapters on Jewish Literature, by Israel Abrahams
  • While he was in college, he wrote a quasi-autobiographical book, The Frosh, which depicted the feelings and adventures of a college freshman that parallelled his own.
  • The rise of social travel and photography have parallelled with the rise of smaller wearable technological advancements that permits travelers along the trail a variety of activities and destinations.
  • Having partaken in such a rite, a person was prohibited from entering into marriage or taking monastic vows, and the choreography of the service itself closely parallelled that of the marriage rite.
  • Circumstances suddenly combined to strangle the last flickering breath of patience in Will, and the slender barriers were swept away in such a storm as even Phoebe's wide experience of him had never parallelled. Cited from Children of the Mist, by Eden Phillpotts
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Root form of parallelled is parallel for the verb.

Meaning of parallelled

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