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Compromise synonyms
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(Idiomatic) A process of compromise or accommodation.
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  1. (Idiomatic) A process of compromise or accommodation.
  2. The settling of differences through compromise and mutual concessions.
  3. An exchange of remarks or retorts on equal terms; repartee; banter
To expose to the chance of injury, damage, or loss; hazard
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  1. To expose to the chance of injury, damage, or loss; hazard
  2. To incur the risk of:
  3. To incur the risk of
To proceed despite possible danger or risk:
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  1. To proceed despite possible danger or risk:
  2. To express at the risk of denial, criticism, or censure:
  3. To undertake the risk of; brave
The act of one who bargains.
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  1. The act of one who bargains.
Willingness to do favors or services
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  1. Willingness to do favors or services
  2. Something done, such as providing a loan or signing an accommodation paper as a surety for another, that is done as a favor without any direct or indirect benefit, compensation, or consideration.
  3. Traveling space, as in a railroad train or airplane; seat, berth, etc.
(Architecture) The gradual sinking of a building. Fractures or dislocations caused by settlement.
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  1. (Architecture) The gradual sinking of a building. Fractures or dislocations caused by settlement.
  2. The act or process of settling:
  3. An arrangement or agreement reached, as in business proceedings or negotiating a dispute:
A mutual agreement or contract in which the parties settle on what should be given or done by each
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  1. A mutual agreement or contract in which the parties settle on what should be given or done by each
  2. Property acquired or services rendered as a result of such an agreement.
  3. An agreement establishing the terms of a sale or exchange of goods or services:
(Uncountable) Sympathy.
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  1. (Uncountable) Sympathy.
  2. A mutual agreement, esp. one that settles differences or is informal and not made public
  3. The mental quality, act, or state of a person who understands; comprehension, knowledge, discernment, sympathetic awareness, etc.
An advantage or improvement that necessitates the corresponding loss or degradation of something else.
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  1. An advantage or improvement that necessitates the corresponding loss or degradation of something else.
  2. Any situation in which the quality or quantity of one thing must be decreased for another to be increased.
To move downward; sink or descend, especially gradually:
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  1. To move downward; sink or descend, especially gradually:
  2. To reach a decision; decide:
  3. To cause to sink, become compact, or come to rest:
To gain (regard, good will, etc.) by friendly acts
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  1. To gain (regard, good will, etc.) by friendly acts
  2. To overcome the distrust or animosity of; appease.
  3. To regain or try to regain (friendship or goodwill) by pleasant behavior.
To expose to loss or injury; imperil.
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  1. To expose to loss or injury; imperil.
  2. To put in jeopardy, to threaten.
  3. To put in jeopardy; risk loss, damage, or failure of; endanger
To attempt or venture
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  1. To attempt or venture
  2. To venture (something):
  3. To expose to danger or risk.
To put in peril; endanger
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  1. To put in peril; endanger
  2. To expose to peril.
To refuse to believe:
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  1. To refuse to believe:
  2. To be a reason for disbelieving or distrusting; cast doubt on
  3. To harm the good reputation of a person; to cause an idea or piece of evidence to seem false or unreliable.
Something done, such as providing a loan or signing an accommodation paper as a surety for another, that is done as a favor without any direct or indirect benefit, compensation, or consideration.
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  1. Something done, such as providing a loan or signing an accommodation paper as a surety for another, that is done as a favor without any direct or indirect benefit, compensation, or consideration.
  2. The act of making or endorsing an accommodation paper
  3. Reconciliation or settlement of opposing views.
The composition as thus adapted
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  1. The composition as thus adapted
  2. The condition, manner, or result of being arranged; disposal:
  3. A settlement or adjustment, as of a dispute, difference, etc.
(Idiomatic) A process of compromise or accommodation.
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  1. (Idiomatic) A process of compromise or accommodation.
  2. An exchange of remarks or retorts on equal terms; repartee; banter
  3. The settling of differences through compromise and mutual concessions.
A culture medium.
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  1. A culture medium.
  2. A specific kind of artistic technique or means of expression as determined by the materials used or the creative methods involved:
  3. (Physics) A substance that propagates energy or signals through space via changes in its own state:
(Architecture) The gradual sinking of a building. Fractures or dislocations caused by settlement.
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  1. (Architecture) The gradual sinking of a building. Fractures or dislocations caused by settlement.
  2. The act or process of settling:
  3. An arrangement or agreement reached, as in business proceedings or negotiating a dispute:
An arrangement of the parts of a work of art so as to form a unified, harmonious whole
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  1. An arrangement of the parts of a work of art so as to form a unified, harmonious whole
  2. An agreement, or settlement, often by compromise, as by the creditors of a potential bankrupt
  3. (Law) A settlement whereby the creditors of a debtor about to enter bankruptcy agree, in return for some financial consideration, usually proffered immediately, to the discharge of their respective claims on receipt of payment which is in a lesser amount than that actually owed on the claim.
To acknowledge defeat in:
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  1. To acknowledge defeat in:
  2. (--- Sports) To allow (a goal or point, for example) to be scored by the opposing team or player.
  3. To acknowledge or admit (defeat).
To venture upon; to run the risk of; to dare.
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  1. To venture upon; to run the risk of; to dare.
  2. To put in danger; risk; venture
  3. To risk or hazard; jeopard; venture.
To venture (something):
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  1. To venture (something):
  2. To attempt or venture
  3. To expose to danger or risk.
Find another word for compromise. In this page you can discover 39 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for compromise, like: give-and-take, agree, arbitrate, negotiate, yield, endanger, risk, venture, give-and-take, bargaining and granting concessions.