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concessive

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Adjective
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con=ces=sive

CIDE DICTIONARY

concessivea. [L. concessivus.].
     Implying concession; as, a concessive conjunction.  Lowth.  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

concessive, adj.
1 of or tending to concession.
2 Gram. a (of a preposition or conjunction) introducing a phrase or clause which might be expected to preclude the action of the main clause, but does not (e.g. in spite of, although). b (of a phrase or clause) introduced by a concessive preposition or conjunction.

Etymology
LL concessivus (as concede)

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