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Synonyms for confer

Synonyms for confer

to meet and exchange views to reach a decision

to give formally or officially

Synonyms for confer

have a conference in order to talk something over


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He can confer titles of nobility at pleasure; and has the disposal of an immense number of church preferments.
The one can confer no privileges whatever; the other can make denizens of aliens, noblemen of commoners; can erect corporations with all the rights incident to corporate bodies.
In the rearing of skyscrapers, it is now usual to have a temporary wire strung vertically, so that the architect may stand on the ground and confer with a foreman who sits astride of a naked girder three hundred feet up in the air.
But does he therefore confer no benefit when he works for nothing?
Don Quixote asked her name in order that he might from that time forward know to whom he was beholden for the favour he had received, as he meant to confer upon her some portion of the honour he acquired by the might of his arm.
Offers, confers or agrees to confer any benefit and the receipt of the benefit is prohibited by this section;
In very limited circumstances, the project for which the condemnation is being undertaken confers a special benefit on the remainder.
The President every year confers civil awards on Pakistani citizens in recognition of gallantry, or distinction in academics, sports etc.
Combined, the reports offer definitive evidence that circumcision confers strong-though not complete--protection against infection by the virus, says Anthony S.
The draw confers advantages and disadvantages in every race, everywhere, but how big a bias is acceptable?
The [approximately equal to] 100-kbp SXT element confers resistance to sulfamethoxazole, trimethoprim, chloramphenicol, and streptomycin (1).
If the Service determines that a not-for-profit organization confers an excess benefit, it can assess and impose the following intermediate sanctions:
In so doing, it confers a maturity upon them that has little to do with age but has much to do with sheer physical skill and even more with artistic understanding.
Early reports indicated that the 184 mutation could improve susceptibility to zidovudine; other reports have suggested that lamivudine resistance confers increased fidelity to the reverse transcriptase enzyme and makes the virus less fit or less pathogenic.
Today buyers often leave the Sotheby sticker on their purchases because of the aura of class that this -- rather than the previous owner -- now confers.