View definitions for compromise
noun as in agreement, give-and-take
verb as in come to an agreement
I worry that the compromise is going to be this jumbled-together mess of a bill that does not make any sense.
She got a major vacation rental platform and the hotel workers union that had fought vacation rentals to come to a compromise.
For now, no compromise should be made on giving the second dose.
Pocket the television revenue, keep the game’s tradition going, and work to create a comprehensive All-Star Weekend experience while seeking compromises with upset players behind the scenes.
It feels a little bit like we’re making some compromises we wouldn’t have had to make if we’d waited.
Emetophobia tends to compromise my relationships, turning me into a selfish jerk.
It's clear he doesn't like my compromise, but he seems resigned.
They then would expect the Senate to strip that amendment and compromise simply on keeping government open for 60 days.
Nobody truly loves it, but nobody ever truly loves big compromise legislation.
Clay engineered the morally indefensible Missouri Compromise.
This we took advantage of, and after several meetings in London a compromise was effected.
Montelegre writes me that Don Yonge had effected a compromise on your account with the Castros.
Absurd—they have long ago scouted the idea of so ridiculous a compromise.
President Monroe signed the Missouri Compromise expressing his approval of this bill.
His great red feet were bound up in a shoe open at the toes, a kind of compromise for a sandal.
On this page you'll find 144 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to compromise, such as: accommodation, accord, adjustment, arrangement, bargain, and concession.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.