confab[ noun kon-fab; verb kuh n-fab, kon-fab ]SEE DEFINITION OF confab
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFAB
At 11 o'clock Birdwood and Byng came over for a confab on the last upset.
I finds him in his room havin' a confab with two other plain clothes gents.
But Jenkins had his limitations, as came out during the confab.
"Now for a confab," said Lewis, as his companions gathered about him.
The Sioux had retired, mainly to sit dismounted in close circle, for a confab.
"We shall have to go down and have a confab with them, I suppose," said Mr. Edison.
Let us come up on deck and have a confab about this business.
The confab wound up by a trip to the office of the district attorney.
While the confab was going on, the dogs were having their own fun.
I guess the big boss died, and they're holding this confab to elect a new one.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONFAB
- ask advice of
- be closeted with
- call in
- compare notes
- kick ideas around
- pick one's brains
- put heads together
- refer to
- seek advice
- seek opinion of
- take a meeting
- take account of
- take counsel
- talk over
- toss ideas around
- turn to