concession[ kuh n-sesh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF concession
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCESSION
But how can you expect, when there must be a concession on one side, that it should be on theirs?
And what concession she had gained from her dear child to merit this tenderness?
Hence the concession, and hence the appearance of Flora, piloted in by the man, man.
This last was a concession to Jan, who hated the extinguisher.
But this was a concession to morality, it formed no part of his main scheme.
The man looked at him with pleased surprise, and made the concession.
But Wilding made no concession to hopes or desires when he dealt with facts.
But have you parted with the concession, then, that you bought from me?
Let it be supposed that the concession has been my property from the start.
It was a concession—and concessions were immemorially worth what they would fetch.
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