What does yielding mean?

yielding in AZ Dictionary

(a) Inclined to offer option to pressure, debate, or influence; docile.
(a) docile, or inclined to give method to stress
(a) Inclined to offer means, or comply; flexible; compliant; accommodating.
(v) Present participle of yield.
(n) a concession
(n) repayment.
(n) Compliance; assent; surrender.
Inclined or fit to yield, in just about any sense of the phrase; specifically, smooth; certified; unresisting.

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  • Sentence for "yielding"
  • Synonym for "yielding"
    • obsequious, attentive, flexible, compliant, accommodating
  • Antonym for "yielding"
    • opposition
  • Phrases for "yielding"
    • yielding results, yielding money, Lebanon yielding, Before yielding, conditions yielding
  • Rhyme for "yielding"
    • Fielding, shielding, unyielding, wielding
  • Hypernym for "yielding"
    • relinquishment, relinquishing
  • Equivalent for "yielding"
    • soft, docile, compromising, flexible, conciliatory
  • Form for "yielding"
    • overyielding
  • Verb Stem for "yielding"
    • yield
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