- The definition of a proffer is an offer or offering.
An example of a proffer is a description given by a lawyer as a preview of testimony.
- Proffer is defined as to offer something to be accepted.
An example of to proffer is to submit a proposal for a conference.
Origin of profferMiddle English profren from Anglo-French and Old French proffrir from poroffrir from por-, pro- + offrir from Vulgar Latin an unverified form offerire, for Classical Latin offerre, to offer
Origin of profferME & Anglo-Fr profre < the v.
transitive verbprof·fered, prof·fer·ing, prof·fers
Origin of profferMiddle English profren from Old French poroffrir, profrir por- forth ( from Latin prō- ; see pro- 1. ) offrir to offer ( from Latin offerre ; see offer . )
(third-person singular simple present proffers, present participle proffering, simple past and past participle proffered)
proffer - Legal Definition