- v. Simple past tense and past participle of paragraph.
“Indeed, at his death, Borrow was what he now is, and what he will continue to be long after Time has played havoc with nine-tenths of the writers whose names are week by week, and day by day, "paragraphed" in the papers as "literary celebrities" -- an English classic.”
“This entry turned into a REAL entry but numbered instead of paragraphed and flowing and NORMAL writing like I should do.”
“I tend to glance at the opening of dense, little paragraphed entries.”
“The individually paragraphed quotation was not an option.”
“Mastery of a complex page with many fonts and paragraphed senses was achieved by Murray in the OED Figure 10.”
“The piece as translated is clearly and cleanly paragraphed -- it looks like it is all one passage -- and there is no indication given anywhere on the website or in the article that the paragraph that so confused me is actually a composite of two completely different paragraphs located on two different pages.”
“The idea of having paragraphs (breaks in the larger blocks of text) is fairly simple: enable the reader to understand larger ideas in terms their smaller elements, and eventually to comprehend the entire writing being paragraphed for readability (this is the point of making these paragraphs), while not being oavercome by any abundance of detail.”
“I also notice the paragraph deletions from time to time when I revisit old posts, that were once paragraphed.”
“If you want to read me, paragraphed but not caramelized.”
“Having decided to be one of the gods of the class, he reported for freshman football practice, but in the second week, playing quarter-back, already paragraphed in corners of the”
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