Dictionary 2 result(s) found for parole: [Show/Hide Search option] Search option Results found in English Dictionary
Synonyms: [n]: word, word of honor, promise [gt] [n]: password, watchword, word, countersign, positive identification [gt], secret [gt], arcanum [gt] [n]: liberation [gt], release [gt], freeing [gt] [v]: free [gt], liberate [gt], release [gt], unloose [gt], unloosen [gt], loose [gt]
Wiki: Parole may have different meanings depending on the field and judiciary system. All of the meanings originated from the French parole (""voice"", ""spoken word""). Following its use in late-resurrected Anglo-French chivalric practice, the term became associated with the release of prisoners based on prisoners giving their word of honor to abide by certain restrictions.
Example: Your Uncle Joey didnt make parole again. Whos your parole officer? Im sure hes
in violation of his parole. Grierson, my parole officer, told me to come
by here and see if you had a job for me. Plead, and you walk with parole. One of them as much as promised me
parole if you confess and express regret The conditions of my parole were that
I had to live at my parentshouse No parole. Note that the examples are taken from the OpenSubtitles database. Please delete or report offending sentences. Results found in Norwegian dictionary
Synonyms: befaling, beskjed, bud, dekret, diktat, forlangende, forskrift, imperativ, instruks, kommando, oppdrag, ordre, påbud, pålegg, vilje Similar words: Your last searches: parole
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