- v. present participle of paragraph.
“One way to use frequent paragraphing is to use dialogue.”
“December 12, 1953, except for differences in paragraphing, an occasional and minor difference in punctuation, and in one instance, the deletion of three words noted below.”
“There was one lovely polite suggestion of using more enter spaces – but the other rants weren’t nearly so well put, so the added paragraphing is thanks to Cheshire’s words alone:)”
“The consecutive chain of each is left undisturbed; and the idea of paragraphing, and giving headlines to the various subjects treated, was conceived merely for the convenience of the reader.”
“Paragraphing is more than just a way to separate topics in an essay; paragraphing also involves pacing.”
“That might almost be interesting prose, without the pretentious 'oo, look at meee' paragraphing.”
“One: the paragraphing is really, really annoying: Heartbreak ... finality is being acted out.”
“I didn't really start thinking about paragraphing - consciously - until a couple of years ago.”
“To adjust his prose to the artificial demands of paragraphing would be a false way of representing the flow of experience, and Dixon's method in effect forces the reader to regard experience in this way -- one thing after another.”
“What impressed me was Havock, using proper sentences and paragraphing and all . . .”
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