Inclined to give way to pressure, argument, or influence; docile.(adjective)
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Use "yielding" in a sentence
"'The _method and nature_ of this yielding' [of _this yielding_ -- SUBJECTION is the question] 'must also be diligently examined; as, _for instance_, whether the motions' [ 'of liberty'] 'completely cease, or exert themselves, but are constrained; for in all bodies with which we are acquainted, _there is no real, but an apparent rest, either in the whole, or in the parts_."
"Thor came to rescue Bill, and once again yielding Stormbreaker, Bill tricked the Skrulls and defeated them."
"The utility of a bottom up approach in yielding accurate descriptions of systems in no way implies that the causal origin of such systems can be accounted for this way."