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Synonyms for concede

Synonyms for concede

to recognize, often reluctantly, the reality or truth of

to let have as a favor, prerogative, or privilege

to make a concession

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to cease opposition

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Synonyms for concede

admit (to a wrongdoing)

be willing to concede

give over

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acknowledge defeat

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Concededly, the key issue in Shelley and Barrows was the Court's conclusion that judicial enforcement of the covenant constituted state action--not, at least technically, a rejection of property owners' claims that they had the right to contract to dispose of their property as they wished.
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33) Concededly, it might be preferable for bias crime laws to employ a narrower racial animus criterion, for reasons of fair notice and administrability,(34) but in principle it would be consistent with retributive theory also to impose liability based on a weaker criterion of culpable indifference.
Most recently, the same 5-4 majority concededly jettisoned the text
T]he presence of an ensuing benefit that may have some future aspect is not controlling; many expenses concededly deductible have prospective effect beyond the taxable year.
The issue regarding the cause of the fire involved a dispute as to whether the fire was caused by gasoline--thus indicating a defect--or whether it was caused by oil and other combustible fluids freed during the accident, which concededly, would not have been due to a vehicle defect.
Rourke, I concededly speak with a less than impressive claim to objectivity--the success of this principled and genuinely courageous man inspired optimism that, in our system of justice, Davids can still slay Goliaths from time to time.
But the Court distinguished this case from Lopez and Morrison, saying those cases involved freestanding statutes that regulated only noncommercial activity, whereas in Raich, "the respondents ask [the Court] to excise individual applications of a concededly valid statutory scheme.
Concededly, the study could have determined other panel
The measures taken by the authorities in recent months have concededly helped to hold down interest rates on interest-bearing securities with the shortest maturities, but borrowing costs are still substantially above normal for commercial credit and bank loans with longer maturities.
28) The Supreme Court held that "the informant's testimony, concededly elicited in violation of the Sixth Amendment, was admissible to challenge [the defendant's] inconsistent testimony at trial.
In concluding that the exclusionary rule did not apply to the fruits of Herring's concededly unlawful arrest, the Court ruled that "the error was the result of isolated negligence attenuated from the arrest.
In these circumstances, the court concludes that the financing or funding of the games committee, concededly a nongovernmental organisation, is substantial; it is therefore, a public authority, within the meaning of Section 2( h) of the Act," he said.
103) In practice, as documented in Part II, Central Hudson has provided an open invitation to courts to strike down laws "abridging" speech by businesses, even if the laws serve concededly "substantial" and legitimate purposes, even if the interests are served in a straightforward and intuitive fashion, and even if the speech in question has no political or ideological content.
Concededly, a few of these skills might be available in some elective form, but they are outside the norm and the students who take them are sometimes derided for doing so.