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used in The Lovely Bones

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to yield or admit — usually after dispute
  • At first Ray's absence from school had been seen as evidence of his guilt, but once the police were presented with a list of forty-five attendees who had seen Ray speak at "Suburbia: The American Experience," they had to concede his innocence.
    Chapter Two (53% in)
  • "It was," she conceded.
    Chapter Sixteen (83% in)

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