[ par-uh-lel, -luhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF paralleled
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It was a prize the value of which had scarcely ever been paralleled.

I believe that insensibility like this is not to be paralleled!

But it is none the less true that they have never been paralleled.

Its career in Great Britain paralleled its success in America.

The ignorance of the administrators was only paralleled by the difficulties of their work.

The bitterness in his voice was paralleled by the bitterness reflected in his face.

Without any hesitation they paralleled the edge of the lateral.

This is accomplished by governor regulation after the machines have been paralleled.

They have been paralleled in all ages and in all countries where slavery has existed.

This proverb, the meaning of which is obvious enough, is paralleled in all languages.