from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of perentie.


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  • Wanting household objects for birthday presents was always a "parenty" thing to do, or even "grandparenty".

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  • Sort "Linnea's" art equipment, not for my benefit, oh no, altruistic parenty stuff only, yessir

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  • He grumbles, but I think if I absent myself, then he's forced to do these parenty things, and I think that's actually good for everyone.

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  • I mean, I don't feel quite old enough to feel parenty, but not young enough to feel daughtery, if that makes any sense!

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