- To deflect or reduce the chances of (a fencing push, like).
- To deflect, evade, or avoid: He skillfully parried issue with a clever reply.
- To reduce the chances of; to end, or even switch aside.
- to prevent; to shift or postponed; to avoid.
- To deflect or ward off a thrust or blow.
- To reduce the chances of, evade, or turn apart one thing, as a blow, argument, etc.
- The deflecting or preventing of a thrust or blow, as with fencing.
- An evasive response or action.
- A defensive or deflective activity; an act of parrying.
- A simple defensive action designed to deflect an attack, carried out using forte regarding the blade.
- A warding away from a thrust or blow, such as blade and bayonet exercises or in boxing; ergo, figuratively, a defensive motion in discussion or other intellectual encounter.
- A defensive action in fencing.
- A fencing-bout; hence, a fantastic assault and protection of any kind.
- (fencing) preventing a lunge or deflecting it with a circular motion regarding the blade
- a return punch (especially by a boxer)
- in order to avoid, deflect, or reduce the chances of (an attack).
- avoid or stay away from satisfying, answering, or doing (responsibilities, questions, or problems)
- impede the action of (an opponent or a ball)
- to show apart; prevent: as, to parry a thrust or a blow, or an inquisitive concern.
- in order to prevent; evade.
- To act in the protective, as in warding off a thrust or a quarrel; fence.
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