yield (v.) Old form(s): yeeld , yeild
concede, acknowledge, grant
1H6 II.iv.42[Vernon to all] he upon whose side / The fewest roses are cropped from the tree / Shall yield the other
AC II.v.28[Cleopatra to Messenger, of Antony] well and free, / If thou so yield him
Tim I.ii.193[Flavius to himself, of Timon] Nor will he know his purse, or yield me this, / To show him what a beggar his heart is
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