Word usage examples
Land Nor afforded, replied that it was a good yielder of hogs and hides and horses, as well as grain and small timber, but that its people were of a sullen and willful disposition.
Tchicaya could see no other Yielders, but he resisted the urge to ask his Mediator to hunt for friendly signatures.
Some Yielders had been reluctant to grant access to the results to anyone who refused to declare their allegiance, but sanity had finally prevailed.
There was an expression of stony resentment on some faces, an unambiguously hostile gaze, but most people just looked tired and frayed, as if the thing they hated most was not the presence of Yielders bearing unpalatable revelations, but the sheer burden of having to make an invidious choice.
Maybe the Yielders had merely decided to present the enemy with their best poker face, but the effect was still one of indifference verging on hostility.
It is as yielders of oxygen that nitrates are so largely used in the manufacture of explosives.
The debate between the Yielders and the Preservationists contains echoes of issues that divide our world--tensions between development and conservation, and between intercultural respect and universal values.
As he did so he swung round, moving with such speed that his wounder had no time to avoid his own blade.
Releasing the light field Wounder from the holster at her hip, she held it confidently, her senses rioting and sending adrenaline coursing through her as she walked to the vehicle.
She hated the police-issue Wounder and had been harassing him to requisition a more powerful gun for her.