[v. kuhn-fekt; n. kon-fekt]
verb (used with object)
to make up, compound, or prepare from ingredients or materials: to confect a herbal remedy for colds.
to make into a preserve or confection.
to construct, form, or make: to confect a dress from odds and ends of fabric.
a preserved, candied, or other sweet confection.

1350–1400; Middle English confecten < Latin confectus (past participle of conficere to produce, effect), equivalent to con- con- + -fec- (variant stem of -ficere, combining form of facere to make; see fact) + -tus past participle suffix

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confect (kənˈfɛkt)
1.  to prepare by combining ingredients
2.  to make; construct
[C16: from Latin confectus prepared, from conficere to accomplish, from com- (intensive) + facere to make]

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On that date, the parties met with the district judge to confect a pretrial order.
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