Did you by any chance mean patented?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of parent.
- adj. having a parent or parents or cared for by parent surrogates
“People tend to teach the way in which they were taught, and tend to parent how they were parented, which is probably part of the problem.”
“On top of that he was being "parented" by my parents.”
“But she used to say that you spend so much time as a psychoanalyst talking about parenting and how people are parented.”
“Children are a phase and are to be parented and you are offensive and crude to make the comparison.”
“If we all parented our children the way the horses in Cavalia were trained -- I don't mean literally, of course, but figuratively, with respect and care, patience and understanding, selflessness and joy -- what wonderful children, and ultimately adults, we would have.”
“Kathy had parented Dan to follow the message of the Oracle at Delphi to 'know thyself' and to seek his own truth and follow it -- no matter what.”
“Can you imagine a mother and father who parented exactly the same all the time?”
“Bod grows up in their midst, protected and parented and befriended by ghosts - and by his guardian, Silas, a being neither living nor dead.”
“Some researchers who uncovered sexual preference differences between homosexually and heterosexually parented children, nonetheless declared in their research summaries that no differences were found.”
“As a representation for understanding the dynamics, consider three adults who had shared a conjugal bed and parented five children together.”
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