surrender[ suh-ren-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF surrender
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SURRENDER
The other two inscriptions, however, refused to surrender their secrets.
We will negotiate for it, sacrifice for it; we will not surrender for it—now or ever.
I have learned, and I know, that it will not surrender easily.
We get "inside of" any classic work of literature only by this spirit of surrender.
They were asked where were the rifles they had been ordered to surrender.
In this surrender of her soul she gave herself to him fully and entirely.
"No surrender" was the steadfast motto of Bismarck and his royal master.
Finally, to complete his character, Mejan offered to surrender for 150,000 ducats.
He was in Vicksburg, although you may not have heard of him there, but he got out before the surrender.
We must call upon him to surrender, and if he refuses we must fire so as to lame, but not to hurt him.