We proffer federally backed flood insurance at rates bearing no resemblance to the risks.
Yet Ross and Makovsky proffer a deadline exactly as the missing ingredient to striking a deal.
The nature of this proffer is that of a proposition upon terms.
Let me end as I begun, with the proffer of my hand in grasp of yours extended.
As to which of two women should proffer the first invitation there might be some discussion.
But, if he was sincere, if he meant what he said, why did he not come again to proffer it?
What he knew he would reveal—if the other wished; but it was for the Indian to request, not him to proffer.
He felt in a way obliged to proffer a word or two about the interview.
A circumstance predicated upon her very nature as a sexual being, forces woman to proffer herself cheaper.
Is this house now your own, that you can make a proffer of it to any one?