give up

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Synonyms for give up

lose ( or lose the right to ( by some error, offense, or crime

give up with the intent of never claiming again

give up what is not strictly needed

Related Words

leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily

relinquish possession or control over

give up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another

stop maintaining or insisting on

allow the other (baseball) team to score


stop consuming

References in classic literature ?
But I do know that it was even more marvellous than either of the others, so that the genius was astonished, and said to the third old man, "I will give up to you the third part of the merchant's punishment.
Regardless, people continue to see the give up as a viable option, in Ohio, where unemployment has hit a 15-year high, vehicle arsons reached 3,168 last year compared to 2,872 in 2006.
Arthur's addiction had been so strong he couldn't give up - not even for me.
NEVER GIVE UP is an aptly named Champion Stakes winner for his sire Spiral Nikita, who ran fifth in the 1997 renewal and sired four beaten finalists before annexing the title with this splendid October 2001 whelp, who already had the Irish St Leger and Lifford Champion Stakes on his scoresheet.
DB: I don't give up getting them to resolve and remove the 5701 until the 30-day letter is issued.