Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of yielding.

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Examples

  • If she just has the moral poise to weather his yieldings to the beast within.

    Empire of Dreams

  • Hildegart felt a moment of sheer hatred for him, for his weakness, for his foolish yieldings to the temptations of darkness.

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  • The all-glorious sun knows none of these yieldings up.

    Twilight in Italy

  • You must try to obtain high yieldings per hectare and make sure that food is readily available for the people there, because with what you are telling me, food supply is not guaranteed.

    Castro, PCC Leaders on National Food Program

  • If we can double the yieldings of the sugarcane fields, why should we cut down on the food for our people?

    Castro, PCC Leaders on National Food Program

  • And you should seek higher yieldings from the farmers by applying agricultural technology.

    Castro, PCC Leaders on National Food Program

  • But surely, except in the modalities of intimacy, except in the forcings from me of helpless yieldings, and such, he had dealt with me as a slave.

    Kajira Of Gor

  • He made his appeal simply and, as he explained, without applying the case to any individual: My earnest wish and my fondest hope . . . is that instead of wounding suspicions and irritable charges, there may be liberal allowances, mutual forbearances and temporizing yieldings on all sides.

    Washington

  • He made his appeal simply and, as he explained, without applying the case to any individual: My earnest wish and my fondest hope . . . is that instead of wounding suspicions and irritable charges, there may be liberal allowances, mutual forbearances and temporizing yieldings on all sides.

    Washington

  • He made his appeal simply and, as he explained, without applying the case to any individual: My earnest wish and my fondest hope . . . is that instead of wounding suspicions and irritable charges, there may be liberal allowances, mutual forbearances and temporizing yieldings on all sides.

    Washington

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