Of the nature of or containing a concession.(adjective)
Grammar Expressing concession, as the conjunction though.(adjective)
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Use "concessive" in a sentence
"Wherever they're on the back foot, they suddenly become very friendly, very concessive and very tolerant."
"AG: I welcome tremendously the concessive and inclusive attitude of people who have a faith and say they want to co-exist with other people who have [no] faith, [who] cherry-pick the best bits of their religion and leave the undesirable bits, the anti-gay, the anti-women, the burn-them-at-the-stake bits."
"‘Though’ has other roles than that of concessive subordinator which it shares with ‘although’."