[ UK /jˈiːldɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈjiɫdɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈjiɫdɪŋ/ ]
tending to give in or surrender or agree
too yielding to make a stand against any encroachments
lacking stiffness and giving way to pressure
a deep yielding layer of foam rubber
inclined to yield to argument or influence or control
a timid yielding person
- a verbal act of admitting defeat
- the act of conceding or yielding
How To Use yielding In A Sentence
- The danger in Iraq is repeating the biggest mistake - yielding to gradualism.
- I shall have to hand Letty Dale to him at last!" he thought, yielding in bitter generosity to the conditions imposed on him by the ungenerousness of another. The Egoist
- Relative to self-pollination, outcross pollination results in greater proportion of flowers setting fruit, and greater proportion of ovules yielding seeds per fruit.
- V. -- Your own fortune, father-in-law (in certain kinds of society they say _papa father-in-law_) yielding an income of twenty thousand, and which will soon be increased by an inheritance. Analytical Studies
- From that perch, one's picture of the cosmos grows to galactic proportions, dwarfing any prior world view and yielding a perspective transcendent beyond imagination.
- The drive she feels to achieve, Simone says, can be traced directly to the unyielding support she has felt from her family.
- The long cruel winter came to an end at last, yielding to a gentle warm spring.
- Sekt in Gemany and Austria is largely made from Riesling, yielding fruit-driven and light wines that are terrific aperitifs.
- Mechanisms for overyielding in a sunflower/mustard intercrop. 26. 1. Green manure crops in irrigated and rainfed lowland rice-based cropping systems in south Asia.
- What happens when we kneel in faith and claim the power to stop yielding to sin?