Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cede. (verb)
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Use "cedes" in a sentence
"Never mind that even the Palestinian terrorists have bragged that they were using civilians as decoys and shields and that they were booby-trapping the buildings and making bombs and hiding amongst civilians, which last I checked kind of cedes any moral ground and vitiates any claims of victim of war crimes."
"In this new proposed arrangement, Amazon cedes a huge portion of its pricing control to the publisher."
"Alyce Faye Eichelberger for it was she gets it in the neck for a tart 10 minutes, before spiky cedes to cosy and our host settles into rose-tinted reminiscence of his TV heyday."