Rather the opposite, in fact, while conceding that he is at least a very talented demagogue.
He later backed off a bit in his criticism, conceding that the arrangement was “clever.”
As I anticipated, my “bridge proposal” was criticized by both sides for conceding too much to the other.
Other than conceding to a list of unreasonable demands, the groom just stands there.
No Israeli leader, even a dovish one, would ever dream of beginning negotiations by conceding his major bargaining card.
He was conceding that there might be a connection between his theory and the disappearances.
By conceding to me the same right your little friend has allowed.
"You have been here every day," she said, conceding him the grace of having done his utmost.
"Well—" It was as if he took his question back, conceding its enormity.
M. d'Esnambuc only succeeded in making them lay down their arms and arrest bloodshed by conceding their just demands.