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concessive

adjective con·ces·sive \kən-ˈse-siv\

Definition of CONCESSIVE

1
:  denoting concession <a concessive clause>
2
:  making for or being a concession
con·ces·sive·ly adverb

First Known Use of CONCESSIVE

1711

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