Definition of Stoop to
1. Verb. Make concessions to.
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Literary usage of Stoop to
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1. A Journal Or Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian by George Fox, William Penn, Margaret Askew Fell Fox (1839)
"... for all must stoop to its blind and boundless zeal, or perish by it: in the name of the Spirit, persecuting the very appearance of the Spirit of God in ..."
2. The History of the French Revolution by Adolphe Thiers, Frederic Shoberl (1844)
"He had been obliged to stoop to the part of a mere general of division, and now, when the campaign was lost, when nothing but disasters were to be expected, ..."
3. The Life of Lorenzo De' Medici, Called the Magnificent. by William Roscoe (1797)
"... and the highest speculations of philosophy, could stoop to partake of the humblest diversions of the populace, and who in every department obtained by ..."
4. The Life and Death of King John by William Shakespeare (2001)
"FLEAY: That is, stoop to grief. I bow to my grief, let others (kings or otherwise) also bow to grief, who is embodied in me. ..."