Synonym: bear, forego, furnish, give, give up, grant, part with, produce, provide, relinquish, sacrifice, supply, surrender, waive. Similar words: field, elder, elderly. Meaning: [jɪːld] n. 1. production of a certain amount 2. an amount of a product 3. the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property 4. the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time). v. 1. be the cause or source of 2. end resistance, as under pressure or force 3. give or supply 4. give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another 5. give in, as to influence or pressure 6. move in order to make room for someone for something 7. cause to happen or be responsible for 8. be willing to concede 9. be fatally overwhelmed 10. bring in 11. be flexible under stress of physical force 12. cease opposition; stop fighting 13. consent reluctantly.
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1 Old bees yield no honey.
3 Higher-rate deposit accounts yield good returns.
4 We shall never yield to a conqueror.
5 That apple tree yield s plenty of apples.
6 This method of cultivation produces higher yield.
7 A brave man may fall, but he cannot yield.
8 Our army refused to yield.
9 Are the citizens still refusing to yield up the town?
10 Our research has only recently begun to yield important results .
11 The per unit area yield of ginned cotton has increased by 10% over last year.
12 The yield of rice will rise to 700 kilograms per mu.
13 It's very easy to yield to temptation and spend too much money.
14 We were forced to yield the city.
15 The military has promised to yield power.
16 Ideally, the surface should yield slightly under pressure.
17 At last they yield to our advice.
18 What is the yield per acre?
19 Inevitably the transition will yield some sticky moments.
20 I will die,ere I will yield.
21 Shareholders are expecting a higher yield this year.
22 The ice has yield to the sun.
23 The gate would not yield to their blows.
24 Yield to traffic on the left.
25 The average milk yield per cow has doubled.
26 This article yield - ed us great profit.
27 These investments should yield a reasonable return .
28 I will not yield a step.
29 He refused to yield up his gun.
30 To strive, to seek, to find,(www.Sentencedict.com) and not to yield. Alfred Tennyson