I go to the concession stand and the guys all order bottles of water—not soda.
Of course Obama did get one concession: no second debt-ceiling vote until 2013.
Instead of selling concessions, sell CDs out there at the concession stand.
The defeat must be bitter for Dewhurst, who showed real emotion in his concession speech.
The reporters involved said it was a concession to the pressure of the public campaign.
Eunice wondered, to reverent admiration, at the love and forbearance with which he thanked her for the concession.
And what concession she had gained from her dear child to merit this tenderness?
That we have been driven by our fears into this act of concession, I will not admit.
The man looked at him with pleased surprise, and made the concession.
In 1705 the Territories took advantage of this concession and set up an assembly of their own.
mid-15c., from Old French concession (14c.) or directly from Latin concessionem (nominative concessio) "an allowing, conceding," noun of action from past participle stem of concedere (see concede). Meaning "right or privilege granted by government" is from 1650s. "Refreshment stand" sense is from 1910.