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Synonyms for powwow

a meeting for the exchange of views

to meet and exchange views to reach a decision

Synonyms for powwow

(informal) a quick private conference

a council of or with Native Americans

Related Words

hold a powwow, talk, conference or meeting

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On Friday evening at 6 p.m., taking place on and around the big stage, the leading international Responsible Tourism Networking Event will conclude the 14th Pow-Wow. Everyone involved in sustainable tourism will be invited to briefly introduce themselves to those present.
The Last Pow-Wow moves quickly and would keep a younger reader engaged, but chapters involving death and characters getting familiar with each other make this a book for adults.
In its three years, Pow-Wow Litfest has welcomed both mainstream headliners and some of the wilder children of the publishing world.
Author Joel Lane (below) reading at the 2011 festival and (bottom right) Alison Moore at last year's Pow-Wow Litfest, held at the Prince of Wales pub in in Moseley (inset)
Respondents who participated in cultural activities including pow-wows, sweat lodge, drum group and roundhouse dance reported significantly higher Native American ethnic identity than their counterparts who did not take part in cultural activities.
Take the kids to a pow-wow, hike on old Indian hunting grounds, learn Native American crafts and games, and check out first hand the progress of a new Native American longhouse at Fruitlands Museum.
General Assembly), though his pow-wow with A'jad is still on.
Executive recruitment business NDK hosted a "breakfast pow-wow" where experts from consultancy E3 and Liverpool University discussed trends affecting businesses.
Algin Scabby Robe (Black Lodge Singers), one of today's leading pow-wow singers and songmakers, presents his own collection of contemporary round dance songs.
A pow-wow drum, which Eno calls "signifier of the earth's heart-beat," is central to the Jaffrey event, www.fusiondanceworks.net
Since Valentine's Day fails on Monday this year, invite your posse over for an after-school all-pink pow-wow. Make pink sugar cookies (add red dye to the dough) and sandwich them with strawberry ice cream.
One tent might have a pow-wow going on, while down Lent row someone might be picking their nose listening to the Minutemen ...
Milacron aims to compensate with electronic displays of information and giving visitors the opportunity to pow-wow with an elite contingent of technical experts.