Common misspellings for paired:
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Definition of paired:
- of Pair
- To pair off, to separate from a company in pairs; in Parliament, applied to two members of opposite political opinions when they agree to absent themselves from divisions of the House for a specified time in order to neutralise each other's votes; the term is similarly applied to electors, & c., of opposite views who agree mutually to refrain from voting.
- used of gloves, socks, etc.
- mated sexually
Usage examples for paired
There appeared a good deal of variety in their different dances; in one of which they paired themselves, and frequently danced back to back; they then changed suddenly and faced each other: sometimes all the performers sat down on the ground with their feet under them, and at a particular word, or order, they all raised themselves up: this motion they performed without any assistance from the hands; now they ran back in direct rows, then advanced in the same order; again they would form a circle, with some distinguished person in the center, and sometimes the whole of the performers would appear with a green bough in their hands, which they held up in a conspicuous manner. An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island by John Hunter
The vast majority of caterpillars feed on the leaves of plants and their long worm- like bodies with the series of paired pro- legs, are excellently adapted for their habit of clinging to twigs, and crawling along shoots or the edges of leaves as they go in search of food. The Life-Story of Insects by Geo. H. Carpenter