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

to suddenly lose all health or strength

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Many of the maladies to which countless law enforcement personnel succumb refer to "modifiable risk factors," which means that health conditions and related costs can be affected.
Physicians can attest that many patients eventually succumb to cancer long after seemingly successful treatment.
Summary: US Dollar Could Succumb to Weak Fundamental Forces This Week Euro On Edge As Eastern European Countries Threaten Renewed Crisis Japanese YenEoe1/4aos Safe Haven.
His thirst for power made him succumb to the Dark Side to become the evil Lord Voldemort and amass a legion of followers.
Many persons who abuse substances or who succumb to disabling illness or injury and who therefore indulge in self-destructive behavior, see the future as having only devastation and calamity.
Unchecked, mice with this tumor succumb within two weeks.
After watching the Flyers succumb to Buffalo in the first round of the 1998 NHL playoffs, Clarke tried to sign Lindros to a long-term deal, the better to dangle him as bait in the whopper of all trade derbies.