paralleling

[ par-uh-lel, -luhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF paralleling

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At this point Dick and Deuce, who had been paralleling through the woods, joined us.

There was nothing there, but on the sand, paralleling mine, were footprints.

Her course, paralleling that taken by Holton, was about ten yards to the left of it.

Paralleling this stream at the distance of about ten miles is the intense Merced.

They want straightening and paralleling, if we may so express it.

This skiff was not headed for land, but was paralleling the shore.

Now, paralleling us at just over two hundred miles, the giant ship spun along, at rest relative to us.

The two lines slowly approached each other, paralleling the shore.

Paralleling and supplementing family and village, the hui won for itself an unchallenged place in the Chinese social structure.

This paralleling with other typical formations only serves for a widening of the basis upon which the construction is to be built.

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