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- adv. In a parental manner, like a parent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a parental manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a parental manner; as a parent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a parental manner
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One, a former Murray Elementary cafeteria manager, stole over $5,000 in parentally-established lunch money accounts.
There has, in the 1970s most of you will recall there was a particular case where ricin was injected, given what we call parentally (ph).
For example, users such as children may send or receive messages (intentionally or not) with parentally objectionable language.
We'd wonder if we were strange to not be seeing the separation as some parentally liberating event.
Similarly, an AWOL soldier or sailor or runaway child or parentally abducted child could be illegally present in a place where he resided and did not intend to return.
Encouraged almost parentally by Isherwood, Bachardy became a deft, incisive, empathetic portraitist, sketching and painting the film stars he had admired since childhood; his success in a different field brought equilibrium and stability to the match.
Well, Naga and Tumbler are an item and sort of act parentally towards Terrastrike, even though her parents are still alive and well.
Fire a parentally unwanted teacher--with what kind of standard?
And this mass media existed for one purpose: to sell useless crap to an audience that, all of a sudden, found themselves with a huge amount of parentally secured disposable income.
For example, users such as children may send or receive messages intentionally or not with parentally objectionable language.