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a restatement of a text, passage or work giving the meaning in another and usually a simpler.form
paraphrase, paraphrased, paraphrasing, paraphrases.verbs
intransitive verb senses or use.to make a paraphrase
transitive verb senses.to make a paraphrase of

perpetuate, perpetuated, perpetuating, perpetuates.transitive verbs
to carry on; to make perpetual or cause to last indefinitely (perpetuate the fraud; perpetuate the conflict)
the quality or condition of being perpetual; in perpetuity; time without end; eternity
in perpetuity.idiom
for an indefinite period of time; forever; without a break in continuance

lasting or enduring forever; permanent; continuous

having a clear decisive relevance to the matter in hand (pertinent stresses a clear and decisive relevant observation) 

peruse, perused, perusing, peruses.transitive verbs
to use; to examine or consider with attention and in detail; study or read; also, to look over or through in a casual or cursory manner; to read over in an attentive or leisurely.manner

pervert, perverted, perverting, perverts.transitive verbs
to turn the meaning of something such as a word or message, into another meaning; to put two things together that are not made to go together, such as so-called vaccines negatively affecting one's immune system; to cause to turn aside or away from what is good or true and morally.right and what from what is generally done or accepted as being correct; to be corrupt; misdirected; to misuse; misinterpret; an individual or individuals having a perversion-
than can be perverted

someone who is perverse deliberately does things that are unreasonable or that result in harm for themselves and/or others; directed away from what is loving, caring, helpful, right and good; perverted (evil is marked by a disposition to oppose and contradict.principles of higher consciousness); self-willed to the point of keeping oneself in evil through lies and unjust.dealings; stubborn; contrary; cranky; peevish; obstinately.persisting in an error or a fault due to overconcern from selfishness, greed and control issues; walking a crooked path
perverseness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)
persisting in error or fault; deviating or turned from what is right and acceptable; distort; stubbornly.contrary; abnormal.form (putting together two things that don't naturally go together) 
the condition of being perverse 
a perverting or being perverted; something perverted 
tending to pervert

easy self-possessed assurance of manner; gracious.tact in coping or handling; a particular way of carrying oneself, bearing, carriage; a stably balanced state or equilibrium; freedom from affectation or embarrassment; composure; mien; the pleasantly tranquil.interaction.between persons of poise meeting;  a centimeter-gram-second unit of dynamic viscosity equal to one dyne-second per square centimeter (French, after Jean Louis Marie Poiseuille 1799-1869)
poise, poised, poising, poises.verbs
transitive verb senses.to carry or hold in equilibrium; balance. intransitive verb senses.to be balanced or held in suspension; hover

Precambrian Era.noun
of, belonging to or being the oldest and largest division of geologic time, preceding.the Cambrian Period, often subdivided into the Archeozoic and Proterozoic eras and characterized by the appearance of primitive forms of life; Geologic Time Scale

a command (a rule) or principle.intended.especially to prescribe a particular course of action or conduct (men controlling others to their advantage and the detriment of the other); contrast concept; contrast perception

an exclusive or special right, power or privilege
of, arising from or exercising a prerogative

being apparently rather than actually as stated; a phony; sham, spurious (distinction between true and pseudo humanism ortrue science and psuedoscience; hypocrites have pseudo personalities); false; apparently similar (knock off purses aren't the real thing)
pseudoscience rests upon opinions, a theory, methodology or practice that is considered to be without scientific foundation

careful in the observance of the fine points of ceremony and conduct; very exact; scrupulous

agreeable or acceptable to the mind; agreeable to the palate or taste
palatability, palatableness.nouns

pantheism, pantheist.nouns
belief in and worship of all so-called Gods; the worship of all Gods of different creeds, cults or peoples indifferently; a doctrine that equates the Creator with the forces and laws of the universe; believing that God is in everything in nature and the universe, which in this sense of pantheism, is true
pantheistic, pantheistical.adjectives
compare polytheism

a usually short fictitious story that illustrates a moral attitude or a spiritual principle; parables Christ gave while on Earth in the physical form of the one we call Emmanuel or in error, called 'Jesus'
of or similar to a parable

of or having the form of a parabola or paraboloid
a parabola is a type of curve such as the path of something that is thrown up into the air and comes down in a different place
a surface that can be put into a position such that its sections parallel to at least one coordinate.plane are parabolas

per se.adverb
by, of or in itself or oneself or themselves; intrinsically (God doesn't punish out of a mind of harm toward another, like one being a bully would be like, just to 'get at someone' for any reason and because of their own warped ego, despising others)

the state of being the firstborn or eldest child of the same parents

done routinely and with little interest or care (the operator answered the phone with a perfunctory greeting; parliament passed a bill with little more than a perfunctory reading of it; couples often mate after perfunctory examination of another's personality); acting with indifference; showing little interest or care

preside, presided, presiding, presides.intransitive verbs
to hold the position of authority; act as chairperson or president; to possess or exercise authority or control

a person responsive to what is going on in the mass mind
of, relating to, affecting or influenced by the human mind or psyche; mental (psychic trauma; psychic energy); capable of extraordinary mental processes, such as extrasensory perception and mental telepathy; of or relating to such mental processes

Pascal, Blaise, 1623-1662
French philosopher and mathematician. Among his achievements are the invention of an adding machine and the development of the modern theory of probability

put, putting, puts.verbs
transitive use.to place in a specified location; set (she put the books on the table); to cause to be in a specified condition (his gracious manners put me at ease; to cause a person to undergo something; subject.(the interrogators put the prisoner to torture); to assign; attribute.(they put a false interpretation on events); to estimate (we put the time at five o'clock); to impose or levy (the governor has put a tax on cigarettes; to wager (a stake); bet (put $50 on a horse); to hurl with an overhand pushing motion (put the shot); to bring up for consideration or judgment (put a question to the official); to express; state (I put my objections bluntly); to render in a specified language or literary form (put prose into verse); to adapt (the lyrics had been put to music); to urge or force to an action (a mob that put the thief to flight); to apply (we must put our minds to it)
intransitive senses.to begin to move, especially in a hurry; to proceed (the ship put into the harbor)
an act of putting the shot as in sports; an option to sell a stipulated amount of stock or securities within a specified time and at a fixed price
fixed; stationary (stay put)
put about.phrasal verb.to change or cause to change direction; go or cause to go from one tack (rope) to another
put across.phrasal verb.to state so as to be understood clearly or accepted readily (tried to put her views across during the hearing); to attain or carry through by deceit or trickery
put away.phrasal verb.to renounce; discard (put all negative thoughts away); the injured cat was put away; to save for later use (my grandmother puts away her fresh vegetables
put down.phrasal verb.to write down; to enter in a list; to bring to an end; repress (put down the expressions of someone); to render ineffective (put down the rhetoric of politicians); to subject an animal to euthanasia; to criticize (her parents put her down for failing the course); to belittle; disparage (he tried to put down her knowledge of literature); to humiliate; to assign to a category.(just put him down as a sneak); to attribute.(let's put this disaster down to experience; to consume (food or drink) readily; put away (puts down three big meals a day)
put forth.phrasal verb.to grow (plants put forth new growth in the spring; to bring to bear; exert (at least he put forth a semblance of effort; to offer for consideration (put forth an idea)
put forward.phrasal verb.to propose for consideration (put forward a new plan)
put in.phrasal verb.to make a formal offer of (put in for a better job); to interpose (he put in a good word for me); to spend (time) at a location or job (he had put in six years at that dull job); she put in eight hours behind a desk; to plant (we put in 20 rows of pine trees); to enter a port or harbor (the freighter puts in at noon)
put off, putting off.phrasal verb
to delay; postpone (put off paying the bills); to persuade to delay further action (had to put off cutting the grass until the weather improved); to take off; discard (she put off buying a sweater); to repel or repulse, as from bad manners (her indifferent.attitude has put us off); to offend or irritate (I was put off by his attention to the television set)

put down roots.idiom
to establish a permanent residence in a locale

put on, putting on, put one over, putting them on.phrasal verbs
to fool or hoax; to tease or mislead someone (you're putting me on, as ancient Samson did to the bitch Delilah:.Judges 16:4-9); to clothe oneself with; if you put on a way of behaving, you behave in a way that is not natural to you or that does not express your real feelings (stop putting on an act and be yourself); don (put on a coat; put socks on); to apply; activate (put on the brakes; put on some weight); to assume.affectedly (put on an English accent); to add (put on weight); to produce; perform (put on a variety show)
put out.phrasal verb
to extinguish (put out a fire); to leave, as a port or harbor; depart; to expel (put out a drunk to the lane); to publish (put out a weekly newsletter); to inconvenience (did our early arrival put you out?)
put over.phrasal verb.to put across, especially to deceive (tried to put a lie over); to postpone; delay
put through.phrasal verb
to bring to a successful end (put the project through on time; put through a number of new laws); to cause to undergo (she put me through a lot of trouble); to make a telephone connection for (the operator put me through on the office line
put to.to head for shore
put together.phrasal verb
to construct; create (put together a new bookcase; put together a business package)
put up.phrasal verb
to erect; build; to preserve; can (put up six jars of jam); to use effort toward (that wild horse put up a lot of resistance to being saddled);to nominate (put up a candidate at a convention); to provide in advance (put up money for the new musical); to provide lodgings for (put a friend up for the night); to offer for sale (put up his antiques); to make a display or the appearance of (put up a bluff); to engage in; carry on (put up a good front)
put upon.phrasal verb.to impose on; overburden (he was always being put upon by his friends

invested with or conferring full powers; a diplomatic.agent, such as an ambassador who represents a nation's government to other nations; a plenipotentiary is a person who has power to make decisions or take action