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Synonyms for capitulate

Synonyms for capitulate

to give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

Words related to capitulate

surrender under agreed conditions

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Frustrated by their own ineptness, it took one setback for Fulham to capitulate
2 MARTIN O'NEILL couldn't hide his disappointment after watching his Aston Villa side capitulate at home to well-drilled Wigan.
NEWCASTLE manager SAM ALLARDYCE admitted the pressure was back on after seeing his side capitulate in dismal style at Wigan.
But the the Wasps player said: "After this kind of experience, you can go two ways - capitulate, go home and think you're not as good as the opposition or strengthen your resolve to do something about it.
Faced with the prospect of a full-frontal assault, Novartis chose to capitulate, reporting that it had eliminated genetically engineered ingredients from all of its food products, including Gerber baby food.
If this morning's gap high is held, this could be the catalyst that forces some of the shorts to capitulate and gets Wall Street interested in the stock.
01 (1-100) on the exchange, only to capitulate close home, going down by three-parts of a length to Harry Crapper's runner - the first time a greyhound has traded at the minimum price possible on the betting exchange and been beaten, although it is a far from uncommon occurrence in horseracing.
Sure, if agent Scott Boras is willing to capitulate to their parameters for an agreement, general manager Bill Stoneman probably would listen.
THERE was another sign of the times at Motherwell this week as their failure to capitulate to a greedy player (or probably agent) brought a positive response from fans.
Or will they just wither and capitulate once they're caught in Keane's unforgiving glare.
SIX-TIMES English champions Bath prop up the Premiership table, but coach Jon Callard vowed, "We are not going to capitulate after just two games.
the weekly news magazine out of Edmonton, portrayed a snoozing bishop with the words: "See no evil: Canada's somnolent Catholic bishops capitulate on gay rights to cover up a same-sex spousal benefits deal with the victims of their homosexual priests.