par[ pahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF par
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAR
The modest ones and I, particularly, are pretty much upon a par.
He appeared to place the regimental orderly book on a par with the Bible.
These are his "set," par excellence, and he knows them thoroughly.
Some continental authorities place him on a par with Tourte.
Par Saint Jaaques, they know where to make themselves merry.
But, par exemple, I am not responsible for what Clarke will do with him afterwards.
But, par example, I am not responsible for what Clarke will do with him.
If these people were on a par with the farmers of New England, would it last for an hour?
He was, par excellence, a man of his time: in many ways even in advance of it.
What Inflection is placed on the rhetorical questions in par.