used in Me Before You
only 1 use
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to avoid — especially to deflect (cause something to change direction)
in 2 primary senses:
- to avoid an attack — especially a physical attack as when deflecting the thrust of a sword
- to avoid answering a question with a clever response that directs attention elsewhere
- She put two on, he parried, lifting a third and fourth from the serving dish.
There are no more uses of "parry" in Me Before You.