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Parley, vb. to confer with a view to come to an understanding; absol.: “they are at hand, to p. or to fight,” John II, 78. “set your entreatments at a higher rate than a command to p.” Hml. I, 3, 123. With to: “therefore we p. to you: are you content to be our general?” Gent. IV, 1, 60. “this tongue hath --ed unto foreign kings for your behoof,” H6B IV, 7, 82. With with: “to p. with the sole inheritor,” LLL II, 5. “p. with sin,” John IV, 2, 238. “I will p. with Jack Cade,” H6B IV, 4, 13.
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