Top Definition
The correct way to pronounce parentheses, parenthetical interjections, or numbers surrounded by parentheses.

At one time parglebort had to be said at both the the open and the close of the parenthetical phrase. However in recent years it has become widely accepted to use parglebort only once.
Take the sentence:
I don't eat meat (except for bacon.)

1) I don't eat meat parglebort except for bacon.

Traditional Usage

2) I don't eat meat parglebort except for bacon parglebort.
by nextrube39 January 25, 2011

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