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Synonyms for parole
pəˈroʊlpa·role

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Princeton's WordNet1.0 / 1 vote

  1. parole, word, word of honornoun

    a promise

    "he gave his word"

    Synonyms:
    news, password, intelligence, word, discussion, give-and-take, countersign, tidings, watchword, word of honor

  2. password, watchword, word, parole, countersignnoun

    a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group

    "he forgot the password"

    Synonyms:
    news, rallying cry, cry, war cry, battle cry, password, give-and-take, intelligence, word, discussion, countersignature, countersign, tidings, watchword, word of honor

  3. paroleverb

    (law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with

    Synonyms:
    password, countersign, word of honor, word, watchword

  4. paroleverb

    release a criminal from detention and place him on parole

    "The prisoner was paroled after serving 10 years in prison"

Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. paroleadjective

    Synonyms:
    (Law.) oral, verbal, by word of mouth

  2. parolenoun

    Synonyms:
    (Law.) word of mouth, oral declaration

  3. parolenoun

    Synonyms:
    (Mil.) word of honor, word of promise, plighted faith

PPDB, the paraphrase database0.0 / 0 votes

  1. List of paraphrases for "parole":

    probation, conditional, bail

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#9933conditional
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How to use parole in a sentence?

  1. Chris Gautz:

    What we're finding is the hardest part right now is finding commercial placements for individuals without family or friends, we're finding a lot of those are closing their doors to prisoners right now. Sometimes it's a county health department putting up a red flag : We don't have cases. We don't want you to parole this person back to the community. We're worried we might get it.

  2. Sean Morales-Doyle:

    People on parole live and work in our cities and towns, and by automatically restoring their right to vote, New York is finally welcoming them as full participants in society. That's a crucial change, one that will ameliorate one of the vestiges of Jim Crow, due to the racial disparities in New York's criminal justice system, nearly three-quarters of those disenfranchised by the ban on voting for people on parole were Black or Latino.

  3. district attorney:

    If he thinks that shoplifting is down, and all of his rhetoric about Prop 47 and the success of it is simply just a lie, they’ve caused such a disrespect for the law by weakening our system, by weakening our laws. Newsom has tried to destroy law enforcement, so for him to sit here and say that he wants a more local effort put forth is so offensive to me, because he is the person who is letting these dangerous criminals out of prison on parole left and right.

  4. Kardashian West:

    If you think about a decision that you’ve made in your life and you get life without the possibility of parole for your first-time nonviolent offense, there’s just something so wrong with that.

  5. Peter Dumas:

    Parole is supposed to be that carrot. If you’re good while you’re incarcerated you’re supposed to get parole, she doesn’t know what more she can do really.


Translations for parole

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  • إطلاق سراح مشروطArabic
  • podmínečné propuštěníCzech
  • Bewährung, bedingte HaftentlassungGerman
  • libertad condicionalSpanish
  • ehdonalainen, puhe, puhekieliFinnish
  • libération conditionnelleFrench
  • reynslulausnIcelandic
  • ParoleItalian
  • 仮釈放Japanese
  • tukuhereMāori
  • liberdade condicional, condicionalPortuguese
  • условное освобождение, досрочное освобождение, УДО, условно-досрочное освобождениеRussian
  • villkorlig frigivningSwedish

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