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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, each study examines different but overlapping data.
The courts have given two justifications for extending the commerce power to regulation of these species: (1) the taking of intrastate, non-commercial species substantially impacts interstate commerce, as per the third prong of the Lopez test, or (2) under a Raich analysis, regulation of these species is permitted as a necessary component of a concededly valid, nationwide regulatory scheme--the ESA.
areas did not encompass the authority to detain concededly loyal
those same duties, concededly qualified for the minimum wage.
83) Concededly, such attempts are potentially problematic, exactly because they provoke the response that the Court is simply picking the results it wants to preserve and pruning away the context of surrounding undesirable results in an unprincipled way.
Concededly, some traditions are worth preserving, but some clearly are not.
Concededly, there are good reasons to avoid extreme value sampling,
T]hese mechanisms concededly do not rise to the same level of government control provided" in some other qui tam statutes, the court admitted, but it found they provided enough control to satisfy the "take care" clause in this instance.
On the basis of that concededly false statement, Chapadeau charged into a public courtroom to defend what remained of his reputation, apparently outraged that he, a lone wolf heroin user, would suffer the indignity of being accused of party attendance.
In a blistering dissent, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg chastised the court for invoking "an antiabortion shibboleth for which it concededly has no reliable evidence .
While such concededly risky experiments had born fruit in the past - think: the Palestinian Liberation Organisation, the Irish Republican Army, and the African National Congress, among others - few had faith that such a transformation would characterize the Palestinian Hamas, a movement with a violent past and a charter committed to Israel's annihilation.
However, in another ruling the same day (Ex parte Endo), the Court said that specific "citizens who are concededly loyal" should be freed.
Concededly, I find Atticus a morally problematic character, and I believe that his shortcomings only come into focus when one recognizes the extent of the narrator's proclivities.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal to determine "whether a defendant's incriminating statement to a jailhouse informant, concededly elicited in violation of Sixth Amendment strictures, is admissible at trial to impeach the defendant's conflicting statement.
40) The court noted that when the United States Supreme Court remanded the Harris decision for reconsideration in light of Caballes II, "the Supreme Court directed that an Illinois court conduct the same type of inquiry that it applied to dog sniffs to determine whether a warrant check performed during a concededly lawful traffic stop compromises a constitutionally protected interest by revealing legitimately private information.