compromise[ kom-pruh-mahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF compromise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPROMISE
And these will be our first priorities, and on these principles, there will be no compromise.
The shifty, ungenerous spirit of compromise awoke in Raymount.
He was trying to solve his problem and Tillie's, and what he had found was no solution, but a compromise.
When she found him determined, she made the compromise that her condition necessitated.
So Jason with much ado was brought to agree to a compromise.
One thing is certain about roughing it for a woman:—there is no compromise.
Do you come, on the part of the young man, to propose a compromise?
At last, Csar hit on a compromise which seemed to him a singularly happy one.
Such absolute and lofty ideas they are, that they can descend to no compromise.
But they realised that anything like flight might only compromise them the more.