yield

Part of speech: verb

To furnish in return for labor.

Part of speech: verb

To give way; surrender; relinquish.

Part of speech: verb

To admit; assent; grant.

Part of speech: noun

The amount yielded; product; result.

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Usage examples "yield":

  1. I will not yield to it. - "The Bride of Fort Edward", Delia Bacon.
  2. The Colonel believed they would stand and fight to the last gasp and die to the last man rather than yield a yard of their trench. - "Between the Lines", Boyd Cable.
  3. Thy lord at length is forced to yield. - "The Odes of Anacreon", Thomas Moore.