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Adjective
Willing to accept or agree to something without objection or resistance
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“His personality was sometimes prickly, sometimes yielding.”
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Lacking in stiffness or firmness
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Soft or flexible
“The soft yielding cushions.”
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Kind or lenient, often to excess
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Dank, squishy, muddy, and full of water and rotting vegetation
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(of soil or land) Producing or capable of producing abundant vegetation or crops
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Failing to act or protest as a result of moral weakness or indolence
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Capable of being adapted to meet the demands of a particular situation
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Willing to conciliate, or to make concessions
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Needing very little effort
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Not sufficiently strict, severe, or careful
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Containing wax
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Shaking or trembling
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Lacking bodily or structural strength
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Lacking strength of character to follow one's own principles
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Noun
A concession
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A concession
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The state in which someone has to accept the control of another person
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A renunciation of claims
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The act of bestowing as a gift
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An act of devoting time, effort, resources, or energy to a particular undertaking
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Act of recognizing the truth of something
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The action of making or manufacturing from components or raw materials
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The restoration of something lost or stolen to its proper owner
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The process or period of gathering in crops
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An instance of a structure falling down or giving way
Verb
Present participle for to yield or produce as a result of an investment of money, time or effort
“Thus, an acre of land would yield a profit of more than a thousand pounds in twenty years.”
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Present participle for to surrender to arguments, demands, or pressure
“We will never yield to the pressure of a foreign government seeking to break the sovereignty of our nation.”
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(yield to) Present participle for to accede to a request or demand
“He would regularly yield to his wife's requests for new designer handbags and shoes.”
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Present participle for to relinquish possession of
“The men were asked to yield their arms before entering the building.”
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(of a mass or structure) Present participle for to physically give way under force or pressure
“The upper corner of the roof would yield to the strong winds outside.”
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