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Definition of par

par

verb - transitive

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Other terms relating to 'to insult, complain, criticize':

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Definitions include: to criticize.
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Definitions include: to criticize.
Definitions include: to chastise.
Definitions include: to criticize.
Definitions include: an automobile.
Definitions include: to say unkind things.
Definitions include: a bullet.
Definitions include: to sass.
Definitions include: to make fun of.
Definitions include: to chastise.
Definitions include: to criticize.

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Other terms relating to 'par':

Definitions include: Better than usual
Definitions include: stingy.
Definitions include: something to be expected.

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