Synonyms of powwow
meeting • He travels to London regularly for business meetings.
talk • I think it's time we had a talk.
council • The powers of the King had been handed over temporarily to a council of ministers.
conference • The president summoned the state governors to a conference on education.
congress • A lot has changed since the party congress.
discussion • There was a discussion about the wording of the report.
consultation • Next week he'll be in Florida for consultations with President Mitterrand.
seminar • a series of half-day seminars
get-together (informal) • I arranged a get-together at my home.
huddle (informal) • He went into a huddle with his lawyers to consider an appeal.
hui (New Zealand) • He arranged a hui which called together a broad span of Māori tribes and opinions.
palaver • Have you two finished your little palaver?
parley • A treaty was reached by a 40-nation parley in Geneva.
chinwag (British, informal)
meet • The commission met four times between 1988 and 1991.
talk • Let's talk about these new ideas of yours.
get together • This is the only forum where East and West can get together.
confer • He conferred with Hill and the others in his office.
parley • Both sides indicated their readiness to parley.
go into a huddle (informal)
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conferWhen you confer with someone, you discuss something with them in order to make a decision. You can also say that two people confer.
• He conferred with Hill and the others in his office.
conferenceA conference is a meeting, often lasting a few days, which is organized on a particular subject or to bring together people who have a common interest.
• The president summoned the state governors to a conference on education.
hui (New Zealand),
hui (New Zealand),
congressA congress is a large meeting that is held to discuss ideas and policies.
• A lot has changed since the party congress.
Thesaurus for powwow from the Collins English Thesaurus