Synonym: consult, discuss, talk over. Similar words: conference, confess, confession, confederation, infer, inferno, inferior, inference. Meaning: [kən'fɜː] v. 1. have a conference in order to talk something over 2. present.
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2. She withdrew to confer with her advisers before announcing a decision.
3. I should like some time to confer with my lawyer.
4. He withdrew to confer with his teacher before announcing a decision.
5. Jogging will confer striking benefits.
6. I must confer with my lawyer before I decide.
7. They often confer together.
8. He wanted to confer with his colleagues before reaching a decision.
9. At the door we briefly confer in whispers.
10. In other words, multimedia must confer real benefits.
11. Such arrangements also confer the power to veto airport development, and hence, often, to keep out competitors' flights.
12. Industrial safety legislation will normally confer a right on persons employed.
13. In this sense, a small private company may confer no great advantage over the personal liability of a partner.
14. Therefore, this region may confer some degree of specialization to the protein, in terms of cellular location and/or tissue specificity.
15. Quite suddenly, they had gained the power to confer respectability.
16. To confer the status of value upon excess and extremism is to bring these things back within the pale of decency.
17. In effect they confer on the individual a sphere of immunity against interference by the state, other organisations and other individuals.
18. Anchoresses were believed to confer great spiritual benefits on a neighbourhood and all big towns liked to have one.
19. Office, status, and the possible roles they confer are highly culture variable and may need general discussion with students.
20. Such laws frequently confer considerable discretionary authority on public administrators.
21. Healthy Foods for a Healthy Future Foods that confer health have begun to attract a range of names in recent years.
22. It was in the power of the gods to confer immortality upon mortals.
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23. It is not an argument over which of the two screening strategies will confer the greater medical benefit.
24. The boys show no surprise, hesitation, confusion - they merely laugh and confer as to how to attack them.
25. In conclusion oesophageal transection and gastric devascularisation appears to confer no benefit over endoscopic sclerotherapy in terms of long term survival after variceal haemorrhage.
26. Reagan stopped in London on his way home to confer with Prime Minister Thatcher.
27. Consequently, the people of a single state can not confer a sovereignty which will extend over them.
28. To be listed first among these may according to one estimate confer in the Republic an advantage averaging nearly a thousand first-preference votes.
29. She is trying to track down a piece of forgotten Toronto history: an effort to confer Protestant sainthood on Father Hobbes.
30. Then, the towns were often brought to heel by the State, which could both confer privileges and impose sanctions.
More similar words: conference, confess, confession, confederation, infer, inferno, inferior, inference, conform, confuse, confused, confirm, confine, confide, confront, conflict, confident, confirmed, confucian, confounded, confiscate, confidence, confinement, confucianism, conflict with, confiscation, confrontation, conflagration, configuration, infection.