noun, plural par·leys.
verb (used without object), par·leyed, par·ley·ing.
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Origin of parley
OTHER WORDS FROM parleypar·ley·er, noun
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I’m a tried-and-true Chaco advocate, but on this trip I liked the Parley, because it added a layer of protection from the sun for my feet.The Gear You Need to Bring on a 225-Mile River Trip|Mitch Breton|September 6, 2020|Outside Online
Not that the Colombian parley was ever going to be easy diplomacy.Cartagena Summit’s Other Outrage: Obama’s Indifference to Latin Issues|Mac Margolis|April 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Before he could shut the door, however, the doctor had passed into the parlour, without a word of parley.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
Essex consenting to a parley, Tirlogh supposed that he had gained his point, and insisted on Sorley being a party.
After some parley Essex handed him a protection under the Great Seal for himself and all his followers for twenty days.
In the time-eaten wall Clara had found a fissure through which she could watch the parley between Thurstane and the Apaches.Overland|John William De Forest
After some parley these were accepted, but under the circumstances the Emperor felt that mildness must be seasoned by menace.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane