yield[ yeeld ]SEE DEFINITION OF yield
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR YIELD
Let her think that your own impulse leads you, and then she will yield.
So you know your destiny; and have nothing to do but to yield to it.
The plea touched to the bottom of her heart, but she could not, would not yield.
He wishes me to yield myself fully to Him in heart and life.
Were she to yield to evil she would suffer eternal remorse in consequence.
Voice, eyes, the line of his chin, all told Rose that he would not yield.
They wrangled on the doorstep until it was late, but she would not yield to him.
He was quite earnest about it, and reasoned with me like a father; but I was determined not to yield.
She did not, however, yield to this influence, or retire for such a purpose.
Spirits differ; some yield to the power of wisdom, while others are too strong.