Thesaurus / give over

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And then, you have always been all powerful, and never had to give over your plans and flee.
Not thus easily would Luar and Dalis, the traitor, give over their designs against these two.
They did not give over firing, discharging their pieces and then falling back to seek a fresh cover.
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
If it comes to the worst, of course we can turn back, and give over our hunt for Jasper Williams.
He does not well always; and, when he does, he is a true Englishman,—he knows not when to give over.
Then says she aloud to them all: 'My lords, is this the man the Spaniards would have me give over to them?'
JUDITH SHAKESPEAREWILLIAM BLACK
We had been obliged to give over rowing, as much from the fatigue it occasioned, as from the hopelessness of our labour.
THE LITTLE SAVAGECAPTAIN MARRYAT
But though winter lifted a frozen hand to drive him back he did not for a single day give over his search.
WOLF BREEDJACKSON GREGORY
"I now give over the dead woman to you to identify," declared Doctor Ardel.
THE EXPLOITS OF JUVEPIERRE SOUVESTRE AND MARCEL ALLAIN
He had therefore to give over the whole of the work to the company.

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