Proffer conjugation

English
24 examples
This verb can also mean the following: propose to undertake, offer, undertake, do, make a tender of, essay, offer for acceptance, propose to give

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
proffer
proffer
proffers
proffer
proffer
proffer
Future Simple
will proffer
will proffer
will proffer
will proffer
will proffer
will proffer
Past Simple
proffered
proffered
proffered
proffered
proffered
proffered
Conditional Simple
would proffer
would proffer
would proffer
would proffer
would proffer
would proffer
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am proffering
are proffering
is proffering
are proffering
are proffering
are proffering
Future Progressive
will be proffering
will be proffering
will be proffering
will be proffering
will be proffering
will be proffering
Past Progressive
was proffering
were proffering
was proffering
were proffering
were proffering
were proffering
Conditional Progressive
would be proffering
would be proffering
would be proffering
would be proffering
would be proffering
would be proffering
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have proffered
have proffered
has proffered
have proffered
have proffered
have proffered
Future Perfect
will have proffered
will have proffered
will have proffered
will have proffered
will have proffered
will have proffered
Past Perfect
had proffered
had proffered
had proffered
had proffered
had proffered
had proffered
Conditional Perfect
would have proffered
would have proffered
would have proffered
would have proffered
would have proffered
would have proffered
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been proffering
have been proffering
has been proffering
have been proffering
have been proffering
have been proffering
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been proffering
will have been proffering
will have been proffering
will have been proffering
will have been proffering
will have been proffering
Past Perfect Progressive
had been proffering
had been proffering
had been proffering
had been proffering
had been proffering
had been proffering
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been proffering
would have been proffering
would have been proffering
would have been proffering
would have been proffering
would have been proffering

Examples of proffer

Example in English
UNEARTHLY VOICE) In accordance with the appetites of the Dark One, we, the hooded legions, proffer up this sacrifice to slake the vile depraved thirstings of the Unspeakable One.
I don't know. I've never reneged on a proffer of sperm before.
A proffer.
A woman comes to our E.R., we should at least be able to proffer a doctor who is capable of performing a tracheostomy.
About those who proffer rumor and innuendo those who make dangerous accusations.
UNEARTHLY VOICE) In accordance with the appetites of the Dark One, we, the hooded legions, proffer up this sacrifice to slake the vile depraved thirstings of the Unspeakable One.
I don't know. I've never reneged on a proffer of sperm before.
A proffer.
A woman comes to our E.R., we should at least be able to proffer a doctor who is capable of performing a tracheostomy.
About those who proffer rumor and innuendo those who make dangerous accusations.
Is there a place that proffers potions?
Is there a place that proffers potions?
And of an offer secretly proffered by certain elements in Washington, D. C...
was proffered by Congress in June, 1866.
Again, no explanation was proffered.
It wasn't proffered at the correct time.
A case of a religious figure misusing the special credence proffered to him due to his cloth.
Booth informed me that the proffering of overly solicitous advice is indicative of love. Wo Anla.
And of an offer secretly proffered by certain elements in Washington, D. C...
was proffered by Congress in June, 1866.
Again, no explanation was proffered.
It wasn't proffered at the correct time.
A case of a religious figure misusing the special credence proffered to him due to his cloth.
Booth informed me that the proffering of overly solicitous advice is indicative of love. Wo Anla.

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