But I will not yield the River and the Pelennor unfought — not if there is a captain here who has still the courage to do his lord’s will.’
Let him be brought forth and yielded to us, and then we will consider these demands.
Let all leave this land or yield them up!
He has well repaid my trust; for if Elrond had not yielded to me, neither of you would have set out; and then far more grievous would the evils of this day have been.
But as with Narchost and Carchost, the Towers of the Teeth, so here too the vigilance had failed, and treachery had yielded up the Tower to the Lord of the Ringwraiths, and now for long years it had been held by evil things.
She did not answer, but as he looked at her it seemed to him that something in her softened, as though a bitter frost were yielding at the first faint presage of Spring.
And yet their wills did not yield, and they struggled on.
At length they pushed and the door yielded.
In the Southfarthing the vines were laden, and the yield of ’leaf’ was astonishing; and everywhere there was so much corn that at Harvest every barn was stuffed.