Definition of concede:
relent, suffer, accord, deliver, budge, deed over, part with, ease up, bow, break up, quit, fess up, buckle under, move over, award, surrender, bear, confess, hand, chalk something up, acknowledge, go out, knuckle under, soften, avow, fess, contribute, knowledge, concession, capitulate, give away, agree, acknowledge, lose, help, cushion, give way, arbitrate, give, deadlock, profess, buckle, hand over, win, let on, consent to, go down, return, allot, own, succumb, submit, grant, pay, yield, render, affirm, bomb out of, cede, call off, admit, squeal, generate, present, bridge-building, assist, conciliate, attack, all, afford, distribute, vouchsafe, give up, lavish, pretend, fink, roll over, bury, aggregate, give in, come clean, blink.
If each was only to get half this seemed to concede that neither was so base as the other pretended, or, to put it differently, offered them both as bad indeed, since they were only as good as each other.- "What Maisie Knew", Henry James.
- "The Facts of Reconstruction", John R. Lynch.
- "The Boss of Little Arcady", Harry Leon Wilson.