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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of succumb.

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Examples

  • During the late lesson that night, as Rosalind again succumbs to the heat and damp of the room, Aliette watches with amusement as L. tries to hide his chipped tooth from her by turning his face.

    L. Debard and Aliette

  • During the late lesson that night, as Rosalind again succumbs to the heat and damp of the room, Aliette watches with amusement as L. tries to hide his chipped tooth from her by turning his face.

    L. Debard and Aliette

  • Buck House will become a mosque when Britain finally 'succumbs' to Islam Two arrested after a 'Micky Mouse' plot to kill Motoons creator comes unstuck Tight jeans are banned in Indonesia - 'and if you don't like it, blame God'

    The Freethinker

  • Buck House will become a mosque when Britain finally 'succumbs' to Islam revealed recently that Nelson's statue in Trafalgar Square, London, would be trashed to make way for a hideous clock when Islam "gains glorious dominion over the UK", has now unveiled its plans for Buckingham Palace: it will become a mosque and a "detention centre" for "prisoners of war".

    The Freethinker

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  • Not because the world had lost another one before her time -- it's no surprise when an alcoholic/addict succumbs to the beast of addiction -- but because of the collective denial and lack of responsibility we're not addressing.

    Tracy Shaffer: Mad About Amy

  • Not because the world had lost another one before her time -- it's no surprise when an alcoholic/addict succumbs to the beast of addiction -- but because of the collective denial and lack of responsibility we're not addressing.

    Tracy Shaffer: Mad About Amy

  • Not because the world had lost another one before her time -- it's no surprise when an alcoholic/addict succumbs to the beast of addiction -- but because of the collective denial and lack of responsibility we're not addressing.

    Tracy Shaffer: Mad About Amy

  • After flailing about for some minutes, it succumbs to the poisonous gas and stops moving.

    The Longest War

  • ACPO is the driving force behind policy, and the Home Office succumbs, either because of its own autocratic instincts or because ACPO are exceptionally good at pushing through the things they want.

    ACPO blames front-line cops for doing their job SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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