Capitulates [verb]

Definition of Capitulates:

give in

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Sentence/Example of Capitulates:

To get the gavels and move things along, Democrats may have to give up much of their power and capitulate to McConnell’s request on the filibuster.

“There are not 13 votes for this pile of crap Mnuchin is capitulating on,” said a third Senate GOP aide familiar with the discussions.

Even the liberal Chief Justice Centlivres capitulated, siding with the government’s appointees.

SDG&E, Berkshire Hathaway and other prospective bidders pressured the mayor to remove the clause, and he capitulated.

These big cuts were coming and everyone in Sacramento capitulated.

General Augusti was personally inclined to capitulate, but was dissuaded from doing so by his officers.

He stuck to the desperate situation by strength of arm, rather than capitulate with his conscience.

All the castle had opened its heart to Mary,—even Sebastian; though the churchman did not capitulate without a struggle.

When the Congress of Ghent assembled in 1576, the castle was occupied by a Spanish garrison, who refused to capitulate.

Monarchies may capitulate, republics die and bear their testimony even to martyrdom.