capitulation

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  • Before the capitulation he was offered to leave the city several times.
  • While she was still en route, she received word of the Japanese capitulation.
  • Even until shortly before the German capitulation, he published calls not to give up fighting.
  • He scored eight more times before the capitulation of France.
  • While engaged in this mission, she received word of Japan's capitulation.
  • After the capitulation of the capital, he left the city together with the civil population and continued his underground activities.
  • Two separate capitulation events took place at the time.
  • After their capitulation, the German army takes over a village.
  • Three days later, she received word of the Japanese capitulation.
  • Following the capitulation of Japan, the 20th began its long association with Japan.
  • While at sea she received word of the Japanese capitulation.
  • Japanese troops were ordered to destroy bank records and any remaining currency prior to capitulation.
  • However, while en route, she received word of Japan's capitulation.
  • While en route, she received word of the Japanese capitulation.
  • This then is not the capitulation of the eastern churches to Roman authority.
  • Some areas fought for a full 63 days before an agreed capitulation took place.
  • The group was ordered back to the United States during May after the German capitulation.
  • The foundation of a modern Korean state took place just three weeks after Japan's capitulation.
  • It was not until after the capitulation of Germany that the corps started to act as a single unit.
  • Did she, too, have her secret battles and her silent capitulations? Cited from The Deliverance, by Ellen Glasgow
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Words starting with capitulation

Synonyms of capitulation

Meaning of capitulation

  • noun A document containing the terms of surrender
  • noun A summary that enumerates the main parts of a topic
  • noun The act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)
    they were protected until the capitulation of the fort