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Synonyms for capitulate

Synonyms for capitulate

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

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surrender under agreed conditions

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Tyson motioned to his knee during the opening round of Friday's fight, but boxed on before capitulating in a fourth-round knockout by the Brixton-born fighter.
Reno asserts that we should accept, "the reality of the church and wear the fetters that our age has given us to wear: an increasing inarticulate theological tradition, a capitulating and culturally captive church, a disintegrating spiritual discipline.
But Sainsbury is understood to have agreed to the increase asked for by Kimberly-Clark, in what is thought to be the first instance of a retailer capitulating to a supplier's demands over a pricing issue.
Moreover, she tends to see white women's narratives as ultimately capitulating to the advantages of membership in the middle class.
While capitulating to heavy-handed political dealing might save time and ease the governor's re-election concerns, passing a state budget that fails the most elementary economic tests would be a disaster for California's future.
Capitulating at Old Trafford to Bolton, West Ham and Middlesbrough, as well as Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal, cost Fergie a record fourth successive crown.
Said Cook, "Too often each year I must decide between risking the future of my firm in a trial involving complex auditing issues or capitulating to the coercive tactics of a plaintiffs' lawyers.