capitulating

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And they talk now of capitulating, because they have grown rich on the war.

Now that they have nothing more to sell, they talk of capitulating.

I will tell you a secret, Chevalier; my only reason for capitulating was because I was short of powder.

You will say that I am capitulating with my convictions; if it be so, I do not necessarily capitulate with the Prussians.

One kinglet, however, Amika of Zamru, showed no intention of capitulating.

Chubb scornfully refused to surrender, and supported his vainglorious words by capitulating the very next day.

The Moors on this were desirous of capitulating, but the Governor commanded them to surrender at discretion.

An absolute surrender implies that the party so capitulating submits to the pleasure and discretion of the conqueror.

The fort must go in a few more days anyhow, and by capitulating we can make terms.

After capitulating to the Emperor's generals, some companies had been attacked by villagers and hunted down like wild beasts.