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proffer
used in Gone with the Wind

2 uses
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Definition
to offer — such as:
  • to hold something out for someone to take
  • to offer a suggestion for acceptance or rejection
  • to offer a good or service for sale
  • to offer a gift
  • to offer peace or friendship
  • She sank into the proffered chair, glaring at the discomfited fat captain, and gave her name.
    4.34 (21% in)
  • She was going to say "when you haven't the man you want," but Gerald, incensed by the cavalier way in which she treated his proffered gift, the thing which, next to Ellen, he loved best in the whole world uttered a roar.
    1.2 (82% in)

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