noun, plural par·leys. a discussion or conference. an informal conference between enemies under a truce, especially to discuss terms, conditions of surrender, etc. verb (used without object), par·leyed, par·ley·ing. to hold an informal conference with an enemy under a truce, as between active hostilities. to speak, talk, or confer.
Urban Dictionary: parley parley an enemy conference to resolve differences Before there's any more misunderstanding, let me arrange a parley. by Jim King December 17, 2004 Flag Get the parley mug. parley A pirate term used in self defence when you don't want to be harmed before you're given a chance to talk to the captain.
A parley is a discussion between two opposing people or groups in which both sides try to come to an agreement . [old-fashioned] Synonyms: discussion, conference, meeting, talk (s) More Synonyms of parley 2. verb When two opposing people or groups parley, they meet to discuss something in order to come to an agreement. [humorous, or informal]
A parley (from French: parler – to speak) refers to a discussion or conference, especially one designed to end an argument or hostilities between two groups of people. The term can be used in both past and present tense; in present tense the term is referred to as parleying.
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