profer


profer
profer (v.) c.1300, "to utter, express," from O.Fr. proferer (13c.) "utter, pronounce," from L. proferre "to bring forth, produce, utter." Sense confused with PROFFER (Cf. proffer). Related: Profered; profering.

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