Caved [verb]

Definition of Caved:

comply, endure

Opposite/Antonyms of Caved:

Sentence/Example of Caved:

Dobbs caved in; he acknowledged the corn, and Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs enjoyed a pleasant supper.

His hat was laying on the floor—an old black slouch with the top caved in, like a lid.

The bank was caved away under one corner of some others, and that corner was hanging over.

As he did so, the mound on which he had been kneeling caved into the hole beneath it, and threw him forward on his face.

Half a hill caved in, and the dirt rolled you down to the bottom.

He tore the heavy cannon off of its carriage and with one blow of his fist caved it in.

Off to the right came the answering crash as it caved in the armor of another of the luckless whippets.

Windows were caved in, rocks bounced noisily off the roof, there were gulped outcries from the penned men inside the cars.

I've always been satisfied—and so has Devore—that if the blow had landed true his skull would have caved in like a puff-ball.

If the ditch be deepened, the caved-in matter being removed, it will continue to widen.