Synonyms for Yield:
n.arbitrage, bloom, produce, sell for, profitability, speculation, bring in, boom, blossom, speculative, commercialism, commercial, accrue. sign up, undertake, rich, commit yourself, go along with, say yes. allowance, gain, amount, draw, net, batch, allocation, block, capacity, balance, accumulation, money, earn, clear, backlog, gross, arithmetic, realize. forswear, quitclaim, lavish, renounce, distribute, Demit, help, part with. bud, come out, buckle, fold, come up, climb, choke, fade, die back. soft, plastic, supple, precede, pliant, yielding, elastic, malleable, flexible, pliable, resilient. strong, slacken. •act (noun)
•production of labor (noun)
output, produce, return, takings.
•give in, surrender (verb)
back down, relent, bend, let go, submit, defer, abdicate, fold, give way, cede, abandon, resign, part with, knuckle under, capitulate, relinquish, bow, succumb.
net, earn, bear, pay, accrue, generate, give, sell for, afford, bring in, blossom, offer.
speculative, kick, waive, relinquish, produce, Demit, abdicate, forswear, forgo, lavish, renounce. abandon, buckle, bring in. help, slacken, offer. realize, earn. fold. gain. draw. •abandon
knuckle under, capitulate.
Usage examples for yield
While we were at supper, my dear Dubois tried her utmost to cheer me up, but all to no purpose; I was too much under the influence of strong emotion to yield to her high spirits. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt