cede[ seed ]SEE DEFINITION OF cede
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CEDE
That is one reason why you should not think me generous, though it is not the reason why I cede them.
There, if you cede so much to the authority of my years, the matter may be allowed to rest.
We will cede the point, for it amounts to an admission that he knows nothing.
Indeed I can hardly say I cede it, for I do not yet possess it.
She was ready to cede him this point if he set any store by it.
I can scarcely say that I cede it to them, for it is not yet in our possession.
At last he came, and in company with her husband, who was ready to cede his place to him.
France promised in that case to cede to him the Island of Minorca.
But what were the terms upon which they proposed to cede it?
In 1604 he agreed to accept that name, but was in 1606 ready to cede it to Duke John.