surrender


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Synonyms for surrender

Synonyms for surrender

to undergo capture, defeat, or ruin

to let (something) go

to yield (oneself) unrestrainedly, as to a particular impulse

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

the act of submitting or surrendering to the power of another

the act of delivering or the condition of being delivered

Synonyms for surrender

acceptance of despair

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a verbal act of admitting defeat

the delivery of a principal into lawful custody

the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)

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

relinquish possession or control over

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Over 150 knives and swords were taken off the streets during the ten-day weapons surrender held across the county in November last year.
Officials said weapons attract a higher amount of compensation given to such rebels and almost all of them carry a weapon during surrender.
With this surrender, as many as 33 Maoists have surrendered in Koraput District since January 2014.
The Confederate surrender at Greensboro; the final days of the Army of Tennessee, April 1865.
Summary: Evaluate the surrender value of your endowment policy before you discontinue it.
He said that those militants who have gone under ground should surrender as they are left with no choice.
Life insurers often claim that the life settlement industry reduces their surrender profits and leads to an adverse shift in their portfolio of insured risks; that is, high risks remain in the portfolio instead of surrendering.
conditional agreement for surrender and lease in respect of the Premises (the
None of these actions are considered an acceptance by the landlord of the assignor's surrender.
Owners were given three months to surrender their weapons to police stations and apply for compensation, but with a month to go before the surrender deadline an estimated 800-plus gun owners in Wales have yet to hand them in.
Members wanted to figure out how to promote the Safe Haven Law enacted in California in 2001, in which a newborn's parents or a designee can surrender the baby at any county hospital or fire station within 72 hours of its birth without facing criminal prosecution.
In addition, there is another potential penalty on deferred annuity contracts--a surrender charge levied by the annuity issuer.
The practice has become widespread: the Life Settlement Institute reported last April that to date, life settlements have paid life insurance policy owners an aggregate of more than $1 billion over surrender value for their policies.
In some instances the best alternative is neither to hold the policy nor to surrender it.