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yielding

adjective yield·ing \-diŋ\

: tending to do or willing to do what other people want

: producing an indicated amount of something

: bending or stretching easily : not rigid or stiff

Full Definition of YIELDING

1
:  productive <a high-yielding wheat>
2
:  lacking rigidity or stiffness :  flexible
3
:  disposed to submit or comply <a docile and yielding temperament>

Examples of YIELDING

  1. She has a gentle, yielding temperament.
  2. The seat was made with a soft and yielding material.

First Known Use of YIELDING

1533

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