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  • noun The retraction of a prior concession


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un- +‎ concession


  • What is most surprising is how many people who were on the other side in Franken's stolen senate seat that are now the most vocal opponents of Hoffman's "unconcession."

    Hoffman aides downplay 'un-concession'

  • It was that negative 16k vote count which led to Gore's initial concession to Bush on Election Night, and the discovery of the problem --- and subsequent restoration of 16k votes --- which then led to Gore's now famous unconcession an hour or so later.


  • I think the flip-flopping here reaches a new level - the guy goes through a concession, then an unconcession, then onto accusations, but now he backs off the accusations ....

    Raw Story


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