- "The act of yielding or conceding or granting, especially in argumentation.” OR “The grant of a space within certain premises for a subsidiary business.” From the Latin prefix con meaning “together, with” and the Latin verb cedere meaning “yield, go, move, give way.” (All information is from www.wikipedia.org
– intercession/intercede, recession/recede, succession/succeed, secession/secede, excess/excede, antecedent, necessary, procession/proceed, incessant, etc., etc.
Sample sentence – “I was at the concession stand buying some popcorn when the candidate began his concession speech.”
GUESS THE APHORISM:
Don’t hide your light... (scroll for answer)
...under a bushel.