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Synonyms for compromise

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a settlement of differences through mutual concession

to make a concession

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to expose to possible loss or damage

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a middle way between two extremes

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an accommodation in which both sides make concessions

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make a compromise

settle by concession

expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute

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No one should see our negotiating team as compromisers," he said, adding that they needed national support in their "difficult mission".
No one should consider our negotiators as compromisers," Khamenei said earlier.
The Pakistani perception of India and its leaders, aired on Pakistani television as bumbling compromisers, unable to live up to meaningful actions was true, but humiliating.
If, today, Martin McGuinness's campaign to secure Derry's status as the UK City of Culture might seem like a rather novel contradiction, we have only to consider it in the light of earlier compromisers like Stephen Gwynn, who were also satisfied with being part of a British political and cultural network.
Albanians are not the world's greatest compromisers with political deadlock after political deadlock keeping Albania hostage for long periods of time.
The Irish compromisers were laid low by arrogant misplaced egoism.
Compromisers openly share ideas, but they can be quick to blend their ideas with others, even if it is not the best idea.
Sectionalism occasionally bedeviled the second party system of Democrats and emerging Whigs, but compromisers like Henry Clay always managed to broker deals.
He holds a perspective that I do not encounter everyday, one that was interesting and extreme, an opinion in a country of inbetweeners and compromisers.
Beloved by the true-believing party base, disdained by center-right compromisers, and detested by the left, Limbaugh has towered over every noisy Washington debate of 2009 and 2010.
Finally, there is a third group who are the collaborators and compromisers.
Indeed it is frequently the compromisers and conciliators who are faced with the severest tests of political courage as they oppose the extremist views of their constituents.
Compromisers among us try to convince us that the Arabs are some kind of fools who can be tricked with hidden formulations of our basic goals.
He posits that the situation has created two different consciousnesses: one represented by militants like David Banneker, David Walker and Malcolm X, and the other by compromisers like Phyllis Wheatley, Booker T.