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Proffer

To offer or tender, as, the production of a document and offer of the same in evidence.

proffer

v. to offer evidence in a trial.

proffer

verb adduce, advance, advertise, bid, bring forward, donate, extend, give, hold out, invite, lay before, make a bid, make a motion, make an offer, make an overrure, make possible, move, offer, prefer, present, promise, promittere, propose, propound, put forward, put up, renner, set forth, submit, suggest, tender, volunteer
See also: adduce, bestow, bid, contribute, extend, give, grant, hold out, introduce, invitation, offer, overture, pose, present, proposal, propose, propound, remit, suggestion, supply, tender
References in classic literature ?
Shake hands, Starkey," said Hook, proffering his claw.
You talk that fella talk I get cross too much along you," Van Horn bristled back, and then added, diplomatically, dipping into a half- case of tobacco sawed across and proffering a handful of stick tobacco: "Much better you smoke 'm up and talk 'm good fella talk.
I can't see it," he said finally, proffering the manuscript to her.
From a small bag of twisted coconut hanging from his neck upon his withered and sunken chest, he drew out flint and steel and tinder, and, even while the impatient steward was proffering him a box of matches, struck a spark, caught it in the tinder, blew it into strength and quantity, and lighted his pipe from it.
As it was, he cowered down in a paralysis of fear, already half proffering the submission that his kind had proffered from the first time a wolf came in to sit by man's fire and be made warm.
Here's some water for the mixin's," Whiskers said, proffering his tomato-can of river slush.
As we were passing through a gallery on our way out, a well-dressed lady, of quiet and composed manners, came up, and proffering a slip of paper and a pen, begged that I would oblige her with an autograph, I complied, and we parted.
It is,' replied Edward, 'and it is sad when a son, proffering him his love and duty in their best and truest sense, finds himself repelled at every turn, and forced to disobey.
While his three companions were busily engaged in proffering their thanks to their new acquaintance, Mr.