If one side tried to parley with the other, it would surely be crushed.
Imagine him rushing to Berlin after the downturn in Axis fortunes to parley with the man in charge because he was the democratically elected leader and symbol of the renascent German nation.
Fitzpatrick camped a comfortable three miles away and rode over to parley with the chief.
It was rather amusing for me, watching these two gentlemen parley .
Most of the foreign soldiers followed their order to charge if the parley was attacked.
For example, the Saturday assistant in a local electrical outlet isn't a good person to parley with.
The past is another country, and as foreigners who visit it, the quality we novelists and historians most need is tact when we parley and fossick.
My dear lords and ladies, disperse, and a week hence we'll parley anew.
In most situations you will be attacked by them before there is even an opportunity to parley .
they disagreed over whether to parley with the enemy