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Yielding to the advice of his friends, he put on it a price the amount of which abashed him.
More foolish, more culpable weakness was never shown than in thus yielding to these schemes.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
My own yielding folly alone is to blame, and I shall take shame to myself for ever.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
A trap-like compound, with somewhat the aspect of serpentine, but yielding with difficulty to the knife.
Many a time and oft had she pleaded, with tears, to the remorseless girl who looked so soft and yielding.
A sharp action ensued of four hours, without either side yielding an inch of their original ground.
It was drawn and gray, but there was no sign of yielding or consternation in the half-closed eyes.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
To give is to act; we do not suffer any pains by our liberality, nor by yielding to the importunity or necessity of postulants.
She quietly passed away yielding up her spirit in a yearning desire to be united forever with her divine Son in heaven.
The Federals pressed eagerly forward, the Confederates yielding ground readily.

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