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USE parenthetic IN A SENTENCE
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Bounce paused, in the midst of his mental energy, to take a parenthetic whiff.
THE WILD MAN OF THE WESTR.M. BALLANTYNE
Unluckily I am ignorant of the very rudiments of the matter, so his parenthetic enthusiasms were lost upon me.
CRITICAL MISCELLANIES, VOL. 3 (OF 3)JOHN MORLEY
But the whole dispute on Poetic Diction is too deep and too broad for an occasional or parenthetic notice.
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The Presidente's shrug was so ruthlessly significant, that Fraisier was compelled to make short work of his parenthetic discourse.
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In parenthetic clauses like this, the introductory ut may convey two very different meanings according to the context.
CATO MAIOR DE SENECTUTEMARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
A dash is used alone or with a comma to inclose a phrase or clause which is parenthetic or explanatory.
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And now, let me return from this parenthetic information to my forlorn self, drearily surveying my "hermetically sealed" dwelling.
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The parenthetic marks are as supra: but perhaps they ought to begin at 'by' and end with 'world.'
There is no break in the continuity of the soul's existence, not even one parenthetic hour.
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If a parenthetic expression is preceded by a conjunction, place the first comma before the conjunction, not after it.
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