The Obama administration, which hopes America can export more to China, obviously wants Mr. Hu to relent.
Then, in 1937, in a 5–4 decision, the Justices began to relent.
She begged their father to contact him, refusing to relent until he sent an inquiring telegram.
Only then does Trudy relent, saying that he should get an apartment in Manhattan.
By early Wednesday morning, Abedin had returned, but Weiner sent no signals to Washington that he was ready to relent.
He seemed to relent at this appeal, and not only restored her horse, but two of her father's also.
Wanhope had the effect of appealing to Minver, but the painter would not relent.
Such visions implied human instrumentality, human whim; the most implacable jailer might relent.
Your mother is of opinion, you say, that at last my friends will relent.
If they were good as well as constant, I think I should relent in time.