All Noun Verb
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  • He used the leave to surrender to Union forces instead of getting married.
  • When he surrenders back your body, he will tell you what to do. Cited from The Myth of Hiawatha, and Other Oral Legends, by Henry R. Schoolcraft
  • She remained on the ground providing medical services in the field hospital until the surrender.
  • They occupied the building for an entire three days before surrendering to police.
  • In all other cases, a stand, hit or surrender is called for.
  • I know the fate my troops will meet after surrendering to the enemy.
  • They meet one last time in the final battle and she surrenders.
  • Other members of her gang also surrendered at the same time with her.
  • She surrenders her right to her body to him as well as her agency.
  • Second, Texas did not have to surrender its public lands to the federal government.
  • He still had his life-jacket on and put up his arms in surrender.
  • William may have hoped the English would surrender following his victory, but they did not.
  • They remained on the tower for three days before surrendering to police.
  • His arms are held up, as if surrendering, and his hands are covered in blood.
  • This could mean that perhaps Rome surrendered during or after the battle.
  • I asked him on his honour if the ship was surrendered.
  • At first he refused to surrender, even after promises of being allowed to rule.
  • Huddy agreed to surrender if they would help him to put out the fire.
  • He surrendered to police two and a half hours later.
  • In contrast, ships would quickly surrender if they knew they would be spared.
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Meaning of surrender

  • noun The delivery of a principal into lawful custody
  • verb Give up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another
    The last Taleban fighters finally surrendered
  • verb Relinquish possession or control over
    The squatters had to surrender the building after the police moved in