Definitions

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  • adj. Not making concessions.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ conceding

Examples

  • After being prodded by Glenn Beck into saying he was "unconceding" an upstate New York House election, Doug Hoffman has made it official.

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  • Though he's not even sure if he can do such a thing, the Conservative candidate in the special election in New York's 23rd Congressional District told Glenn Beck this afternoon he's "unconceding" after recounts narrowed his deficit with several thousand absentee ballots still uncounted.

    LT Saloon

  • being prodded by Glenn Beck into saying he was "unconceding" an upstate New York House election, Doug Hoffman has made it official.

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  • Shortly thereafter, however, Hoffman's spokesman said that they weren't unconceding the race.

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  • But then on Nov. 19, Hoffman posted a statement on his website, this time making clear that he was actually unconceding the race, citing concerns about voter fraud at the hands of ACORN and labor unions.

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  • On Nov. 16, ThinkProgress reported that failed Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman told Glenn Beck that he was unconceding the NY-23 special election, even though the winner, Democrat Bill Owens, was already in office.

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  • Their reason, if you will not be too unconceding, shall not, if I am referred to, be mine, unless it is reason in every other impartial judgme); t.

    Sir Charles Grandison

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