give way[ wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF give way
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No wonder that his own health should give way so soon after the death-blow of her loss.
Bowen, one of the South's bravest generals, was the last to give way.
He would not give way to the least suggestion of anxiety even in his own mind.
I realised then that it would really be dangerous to give way to my nerves.
There is no reason why you should give way to any gentleman.
Monferrand had to give way; he admitted the priest, and speedily dealt with him.
I have allowed myself to give way to panic like a child in the dark.
Still her voice did not falter, and my courage did not give way.
Therese was the first to make up her mind to speak and give way.
The daughter of Mr. Anthony begs me to give way a little, if it's only for our own sakes!