- an official assembly of clergy or of clergy and laity, customary in many Christian denominations.
- a group of churches whose representatives regularly meet in such an assembly.
verb (used without object), con·fer·enced, con·fer·enc·ing.
- confederation, articles of,
- conference call,
- conference on security and cooperation in europe,
- conference pear,
Origin of conference
Examples from the Web for conferenced
Perry put it all online and then conferenced Tjan and Kettlewell in.Makers|Cory Doctorow
Word Origin for conference
1550s, "act of conferring," from Middle French conférence (15c.), from Medieval Latin conferentia, from Latin conferens, present participle of conferre (see confer). Meaning "formal meeting for consultation" is from 1580s.