- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of submit.
“For me, if everybody who's said they're in submits and nobody sells a story, I'll be sad to admit that I think it does prove something.”
“The artist or label submits songs for download, perhaps through a distributor like”
“Now, ladies and gentlemen, I don't care how old he is, the state submits, that is as malicious a killing, a murder, as you're ever going to find.”
“One my favorite parts is when Jessica "submits" to Dain.”
“Three paragraphs later, it "submits" to Islam with this cowardly, craven genuflection to the West's mortal enemy:”
“I also have a button that "submits" the information to the server. the bit where it says "Label1.”
“Thus Paul advises wives to trust their husbands, submitting to their husbands as the church submits to the Lord.”
“A wife is to submit herself graciously to the servant leadership of her husband even as the church willingly submits to the headship of Christ.”
“For the newly freed slave, “the law, in the shape of military rule, takes for him the place of his master, with this difference—that he submits to it more heartily and cheerfully, without any sense of degradation.””
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