At a public hearing, one parent argued that Beloved was given a Lexile rating that equates to a 5th-grade reading level.
And a parent with a gay son or daughter is, let's face it, much better politically than a gay couple.
Two-thirds live with at least one parent who is working at least part time.
The 24 additional pieces might be reclaimed after either the father or mother dies and be buried along with that parent.
Is January a good time to consider divorcing a sibling, parent or other family member who makes you miserable?
Almost a reproduction of its parent except that it is hardier.
As between child and parent or nurse it is not argued about because it is inevitable.
In nature the heat is applied by contact with the bodies of the parent birds.
It is the parent, the fosterer, the sole supporter of the slave-trade.
Their love delighted him, and he returned it with the fondness of a parent and the benevolence of a pastor.
early 15c. (late 12c. as a surname), from Old French parent "father, parent, relative, kin" (11c.), from Latin parentem (nominative parens) "father or mother, ancestor," noun use of present participle of parere "bring forth, give birth to, produce," from PIE root *pere- "to bring forth" (see pare). Began to replace native elder after c.1500.
parent par·ent (pâr'ənt, pār'-)
One who begets, gives birth to, or nurtures and raises a child; a father or a mother.
An ancestor; a progenitor.
An organism that produces or generates offspring.
To act as a parent to; to rear and nurture.
To cause to come into existence; to serve as a source for; originate.