- v. present participle of surrender.
“Golden State came in surrendering 107.3 points per game, better only than the Knicks and their 107.7 average.”
“The first problem is that I do tend to think the good Mr. Levant exaggerates his own role of importance in surrendering that seat so as to offer up an explanation as to why he was not offered a “bribe” for it.”
“SKYE: One of the basics of surrendering is that your husband always takes the lead when it comes to sexual intimacy.”
“And yet you can see the madness in surrendering your liberties in the name of that foreign menace.”
“Bosch, perhaps you missed the operative sentences: And yet you can see the madness in surrendering your liberties in the name of that foreign menace.”
“He doesn't see the point in surrendering to greatness,”
“You would not feel the least repugnance, the least alarm in surrendering her at once to the implacable master, who perhaps awaits her coming only to kill her!”
“Isaac seems designed to furnish something like a glimpse into the spirit of His own act in surrendering His own Son.”
“She chafed under the idea of surrendering herself to their control, of giving in to her roots, rather than forging her own way in the world.”
“Talk of his surrendering is a manipulation orchestrated by the French government," he said.”
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