not compromise

References in classic literature ?
"Thank you, sir; what I am about to ask will not compromise you in any degree."
They would not compromise as long as the cats held out.
"Do not excite yourself, Ned," I said to the harpooner, "and do not compromise us by useless violence.
de Gesvres, in a low voice to the musketeer, "do not compromise yourself!
"But could you not compromise matters, and give up a portion of your fortune to her son?"
Bardell specially said, however,' observed Fogg, glancing at Dodson, 'that she would not compromise for a farthing less.'
Or I could write for you dangerous documents, lists of names or instructions, so that in case of mischance the handwriting could not compromise you.
Bilawal maintained that his party would not compromise on the 18th amendment, democratic parliamentary, federal, system of 1973 and freedom of media.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 22 (ANI): Terming any conception regarding Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 as "wrong and motivated", Minister of State (MoS) for Prime Minister's Office, Jitendra Singh on Monday said that the bill will not compromise the autonomy of the original act and would enable legislation.
'The ministry will not compromise with any quarters on this because it affects public interest and safety,' he added.
'PPP is ready to bear all sorts of pressures including arrests, but would not compromise 18th amendment, freedom of expression and military courts '.
He said PTI government will not compromise on corruption.