- v. Simple past tense and past participle of parade.
“Although I agree children should be off limits however when it was to her benifit Palin paraded those kids around for all to see during the campaign.”
“(Lawrence remembered that Arnstein "paraded in front of the ASCAP offices wearing a sandwich sign that read: 'My songs have been plagiarized by the following writers: Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Rodgers and Hart.'")”
“He, too, was going to send in an application for the government subsidy; he would delay until the very last day in order to avoid having his name paraded in the daily press alongside all those nonentities who already were licking their chops in anticipation of this modest emolument.”
“If I may borrow a phrase paraded at the Church Congress, I think it "ought to be unpleasant" for any man of science to find himself in the position of such a teacher.”
“Her mother doesn't want to have her name paraded around, so I will keep that to myself.”
“Last night at Toronto Fashion Week the Montreal-based label paraded jackets, dresses, bags, pants, and shorts all made from the brand's favourite fabric, leather.”
“For three days or so, I could scarcely take up a paper without seeing my own unlucky name paraded in one or more paragraphs.”
“And I don't see where Bradford 'paraded' anything.”
“On Wednesday, Mr. Sajedi said up to 400 more people would be arrested and "paraded" in the coming days to set an example for anyone planning social unrest.”
“Obama had "paraded" five children across the stage, including a three month old infant and an unwed, pregnant teenage daughter?”
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