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concede
used in The Mill on the Floss

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to yield or admit — usually after dispute
  • The elder Wakem was made moody by an accumulation of annoyance; the disappointment in this young Jetsome, to whom, apparently, he was a good deal attached, had been followed close by the catastrophe to his son's hopes after he had done violence to his own strong feeling by conceding to them, and had incautiously mentioned this concession in St. Ogg's; and he was almost fierce in his brusqueness when any one asked him a question about his son.
    7.3 -- Book 7 Chapter 3 -- Showing That Old Acquaintances Are Capable…. (53% in)

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