Definitions for yieldingˈyil dɪŋ

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

yield•ingˈyil dɪŋ(adj.)

  1. submissive; compliant.

  2. tending to give way, esp. under pressure; flexible.

  3. (of a crop, soil, etc.) producing a yield; productive.

    Category: Agriculture

Origin of yielding:

1300–50

Princeton's WordNet

  1. giving up, yielding, surrender(noun)

    a verbal act of admitting defeat

  2. concession, conceding, yielding(adj)

    the act of conceding or yielding

  3. yielding(adj)

    inclined to yield to argument or influence or control

    "a timid yielding person"

  4. yielding(adj)

    lacking stiffness and giving way to pressure

    "a deep yielding layer of foam rubber"

  5. yielding(adj)

    tending to give in or surrender or agree

    "too yielding to make a stand against any encroachments"- V.I.Parrington

Wiktionary

  1. yielding(Noun)

    a concession

  2. yielding(Adjective)

    docile, or inclined to give way to pressure

Webster Dictionary

  1. Yielding

    of Yield

  2. Yielding(adj)

    inclined to give way, or comply; flexible; compliant; accommodating; as, a yielding temper

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