A rounded mass of molten glass formed by rolling the substance immediately after removal from the furnace.
- The extruded parison is cut to length and is robotically manipulated so that it fits between the open mold where the carrier is.
Early 19th century: from French paraison, from parer 'prepare', from Latin parare.
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