yield (v.) 1
agree [to], consent [to], comply [with]
2H6 I.i.125 [York to all, of the contract between the King and Queen] France should have torn and rent my very heart / Before I would have yielded to this league
Cor II.ii.52 [First Senator to the Tribunes] We do request . . . / Your loving motion toward the common body / To yield what passes here