Examples of confab in a Sentence
we had a little confab about the merits of the plan
after the requisite confab, we got down to business
Recent Examples of confab from the Web
At its peak the Hoosier hog nuts confab drew some 2,000 guests, and Early is certain Pence would have attended because Pence was then desperate for political attention.
At some point during the powwow, a player interrupted the confab with a stupid question.
Many insiders had expected to screen the first episode — what had been a common practice for new shows at the pop culture confab.
Matrone caught sight of their confab and watched the two men in worried conversation.
The company is projecting a nightly rate of $163 for this week’s confab.
But two of three Trump officials at the meeting were family, including his son, who brokered the confab, and his son-in-law, whom Trump has put in charge of a swath of the American government.
The conference, an invite-only affair held for one week each summer since 1983, basically boils down to a billionaires confab, where titans of business and industry meet to discuss the next big thing, or finagle deals.
After the confab, Tillerson will fly to Turkey, where the Syria plan is likely to be raised as well.
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First Known Use of confab
Synonymsargument, argumentation, argy-bargy [chiefly British], back-and-forth, colloquy, discussion, confabulation, conference, consult, consultation, council, counsel, debate, deliberation, dialogue (also dialog), give-and-take, palaver, parley, talk
Related Wordsbull session, chat room, forum, meeting, powwow, roundtable, seminar, skull session (also skull practice), symposium, talkathon; chat, conversation, rap, words; discourse, disquisition; bargaining, consultancy, negotiation, pourparler
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