to confabulate: They spent the morning confabbing over coffee in my office.
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How to use confab in a sentence
On the other hand, Hank Green — half of the pioneering creator duo Vlogbrothers and cofounder of creator confab VidCon — posted a video calling out TikTok for shortchanging creators with its Creator Fund.Future of TV Briefing: TV news networks are stocking their streamers with their biggest names | Tim Peterson | January 26, 2022 | Digiday
Such skepticism was underlined in October, when the organizers of the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow rebuffed requests of BP and other oil companies to formally join the massive confab of governments, businesses, and climate activists.BP's CEO Is Trying to Convince the World He's Serious About Going Green | Vivienne Walt | December 5, 2021 | Time
The Javits Center—normally the home of various comic-book confabs and one highly dramatic presidential non-victory—had become “operational nirvana,” said Fox, a vice president of operations for Kaplan North America.From Sirens to Songbirds: COVID's Second Spring Brings Hope | Charlotte Alter | April 7, 2021 | Time
If Joanne suddenly started being available for a confab during those 30 minutes, well .Habit forming: Here are some of the quirks that make these readers unique | John Kelly | February 7, 2021 | Washington Post
Try bringing that up at the next confab at the Renaissance Esmeralda, if you really want to be shown the door.
One donor complains about the takeout chicken pot pies served at a Karl Rove-hosted confab.Speed Read: Kenneth Vogel’s ‘Big Money’ Shows How PACs Control Politics | William O’Connor | June 9, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
On the first afternoon of the three-day confab, as guests are still strolling in, the booth already has attracted a crowd.Fear and Loathing at the Republican Leadership Conference | David Freedlander | June 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It bills itself as the first stop on the road to the White House, but many GOP players skipped the New Orleans confab.Fear and Loathing at the Republican Leadership Conference | David Freedlander | June 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Trump was in New Orleans for the Republican Leadership Conference, a semi-annual conservative confab.
The second grammar class had been relieved from a recitation by this confab, and somehow Perry had a subduing influence.The Soldier of the Valley | Nelson Lloyd
Some confab followed, and I overheard enough to tell me that a scouting party had come in, bringing a prisoner.The Master of Appleby | Francis Lynde
Mr. Cardross joined us, divining the subject of our furtive confab in the patio, and he seemed to think that you ought to come.The Firing Line | Robert W. Chambers
He and Yuma had spent hours in close confab in the kitchen, and Yuma had expressed his feelings, confidentially, to Gimlet.The Lone Ranger Rides | Fran Striker
From this I turned to listen to a very domestic confab between a Judy and her mate.Tramping with Tramps | Josiah Flynt
British Dictionary definitions for confab
a conversation or chat
(intr) to converse
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