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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


Related Words

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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Sources said the IB has found that several incidents of surrenders were fake.
For example, given the calculation of the surrender payout in Equation (4), and assuming that increasing interest rates will lead to an increase in surrenders, the insurer's profitability will be positively affected if no secondary market exists.
resident companies for group relief surrender (subject to certain anti-avoidance rules) does not result in the same issue as the relief is effectively recaptured in years in which the branches are profitable.
After a man has surrendered, he should be treated exactly in accordance with the Rules of Land Warfare, and just as you would hope to be treated if you were foolish enough to surrender.
Upon his return to the United States, Wright championed reform by requiring surrender values that would benefit and protect policyholders.
Making deliveries, receiving released victims, and handling surrenders require particularly close coordination between the negotiation team and the tactical team.
These taxes often present the greatest obstacle to negotiating the surrender of property to a creditor because they require an immediate outlay of cash by the owner at a time when the owner is typically cash poor.
The second category includes the acceptance by the entity of surrender of clinical privileges while a physician or dentist is under investigation or in return for the entity's promise not to conduct such an investigation or proceeding.
But getting them to surrender means we have won over the spirit.
Our results show that a convex expense ratio curve, though reduces the mean and the uncertainty of reserves, could make the beneficial impact of surrenders on insurers become detrimental.
33) Also, a person who puts a bag on the front steps of an apartment house or in the public hallway of an apartment house and walks away surrenders privacy interest in the bag and contents.
For example, if a taxpayer surrenders income recognized in a prior period under a claim of right and is subject to a lower tax rate in the year of surrender than in the year of initial recognition, the resulting deduction does not make the taxpayer whole.
In addition to the illogic of arguing one way about settlements while ignoring contrary evidence regarding lapses and surrenders, the Deloitte/Carrier study is highly flawed analytically, Singer and Stallard's paper argues.
The decision to increase the amount by such an extent was taken keeping in mind the high number of surrenders in states that had the best offers.