submit[ suhb-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF submit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBMIT
You can even now return, if you will submit to be a mere sojourner in Athens.
He was no longer in a mood to counsel fight, even though he disliked to submit.
Joe saw that there was no help for him, and that for the time he must submit.
Till then we must submit with what fortitude and cheerfulness we may.
I never was in love as it is called; and whether this be it, or not, I must submit to you.
In course of time he died, and his widow was exhorted to submit to the Will of God.
In other words, death will be abolished by race-unanimity not to submit to it.
This Richard of Shakespeare is so far, I submit, almost incomprehensible.
But the greatest mark of love is to submit to the will of her who is loved.
Tell me that you submit to my arguments, and do not reproach me for using such.