vb. (en-past of: parent)
adj. having a parent or parents or cared for by parent surrogates [ant: unparented]
Usage examples of "parented".
Only beguiling fragments of chronicles remain, mostly in the Library at Quo, a teasing sliver of a civilization of great depth and richness, of sublime beauty and wisdom and truly foul decadence, a society that parented first wizardry and then the Church and the great codes of civil law.
All the deserving citizens, among them Herr Leeb of Ohra, to whom the meanwhile deceased Thekla of Schüddelkau had belonged -- Thekla and Harras parented Prinz -- well, then, my father, Herr Leeb, a few gentlemen with gold Party badges, four or five young whippersnappers in uniform but older than I, we all stood in silence, steeling ourselves.
If they still exist, if they’ve parented a colony, if they’re anywhere in the wide world, I know those who will know where they are—without question.
If they still exist, if they've parented a colony, if they're anywhere in the wide world, I know those who will know where they are-without question.
You would have done better to have parented Maati, even if you hadn't given up on Laarye and me.