- v. Simple past tense and past participle of concede.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. acknowledged. Opposite of
“It is what I call conceded, close minded, and full of them self.”
“As I cannot persuade myself that you do not intend to come, I urgently request you to reflect, if you have not already started, that the property of those who incurred outlawry with you is being sold, and if you do not arrive within the term conceded by your safe-conduct -- that is, during this month -- the same will happen to yourself without the possibility of any mitigation.”
“Guerin conceded it wasn't always that way, including his stint with the New York Islanders.”
“I also pioneered a technique at the office that my colleagues have finally conceded is and was brilliant.”
“I conceded from the onset that the real world scenario is different than the ideal scenario.”
“On Monday, Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin conceded that any resulting compromise was unlikely to make anyone happy.”
“On Friday, McCain conceded to the reality of the media firestorm surrounding Palin's charges against his team, and told them he understood if they felt the need to defend themselves.”
“The prosecution in that case conceded from the outset that my client never intended to kill anyone.”
“Nagin conceded that officials at every level probably made mistakes.”
“As your fellow “Leftie” Leo Marvin conceded above, “... nothing about Sharpton’s candidacy prepared me for anything but embarrassment, so his speech may have benefited from my low expectations ...”
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