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synonyms for parleyed

  • adjudicate
  • interpose
  • intervene
  • mediate
  • straighten out
  • adjudge
  • adjust
  • conciliate
  • decide
  • determine
  • judge
  • negotiate
  • parley
  • placate
  • reconcile
  • referee
  • settle
  • smooth
  • soothe
  • umpire
  • bring to terms
  • come to school
  • come to terms
  • hammer out a deal
  • make a deal
  • meet halfway
  • pass judgment
  • play ball
  • step in
  • strike happy medium
  • trade off
  • work out a deal
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antonyms for parleyed

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  • ignore
  • agitate
  • confuse
  • hesitate
  • upset
  • worry
  • confuse
  • contend
  • disagree
  • mix up
  • deny
  • disarrange
  • ignore
  • keep
  • refuse
  • upset
  • remain
  • stay
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How to use parleyed in a sentence

Bouvard parleyed with him outside the door, and, to make him open it, promised him a plum tart.
BOUVARD AND PCUCHET, PART 2GUSTAVE FLAUBERT
She drew the dividends on their railway stock, parleyed with lawyers, and engaged and settled with the hired men.
SOUTHERN HEARTSFLORENCE HULL WINTERBURN
The former parleyed and would see about it, gave rather uncertainly, and must speak to Edward before they could decide.
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON
Having parleyed for a while with the people in the cutter, she moved slowly on again towards the colony.
WANDERINGS IN PATAGONIAJULIUS BEERBOHM
The men parleyed around some little time, offering pretexts for entering the shack, the interior of which bespoke its own poverty.
WELLS BROTHERSANDY ADAMS
The girl, instinctively disliking him, yet instinctively parleyed with him.
UNDER THE LAWEDWINA STANTON BABCOCK
The constables and their watchmen kept them off at a distance and parleyed with them.
A JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE YEARDANIEL DEFOE
They parleyed no further at that time, but came all up to the barn, and with some difficulty got into it.
A JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE YEARDANIEL DEFOE
Thiers exclaimed one day in terrible anger, and eloquently he parleyed to have the amount reduced.
BLOOD AND IRONJOHN HUBERT GREUSEL
During a month or more they had parleyed with their besiegers, but the terms which they had offered had thus far been refused.
THE SWEDISH REVOLUTION UNDER GUSTAVUS VASAPAUL BARRON WATSON
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