compromise


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Synonyms for compromise

Synonyms for compromise

a settlement of differences through mutual concession

to make a concession

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to expose to possible loss or damage

Synonyms for compromise

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

References in classic literature ?
If he once mounts the platform at Glasgow there will be no further chance of any compromise.
No Brown compromise to-night," said East, looking at his watch.
Never mind," said Milady, writing the name on half a sheet of paper; "I will compromise myself.
If it should even compromise me a little," said Monsieur de Comminges, with a smile, "still make your demand.
said Anna indifferently, as though not greatly interested in the matter, and she went on smiling: "How can you or your friends compromise anyone?
It is necessary, as regards posterity, that all the details of that history should remain a mystery; for, admit that this unfortunate history of the deal box should spread, and it should be asserted that you had not re-established the king loyally, and of your own free will, but in consequence of a compromise entered into at Scheveningen between you two.
A belief in his capacity had taken such deep root in all minds that the more ambitious public men felt it was necessary to compromise des Lupeaulx in some way to prevent his rising higher; they made up to him for his subordinate public position by their secret confidence.
There would then be no necessity for management or compromise, in relation to any other point -- no giving nor taking.
At last there was Waterloo, and Morrel came no more; he had done all that was in his power, and any fresh attempt would only compromise himself uselessly.
In his opinion, such conduct would greatly compromise him--especially if I were to lose much.
They would not compromise as long as the cats held out.
It never entered his head that compromise was possible.
Montmorency hailed this compromise with much approval.
My charming friend," he said, "be more charming than ever--consent to a compromise.
Halfacre commenced his compromises under favorable auspices.