Synonym: acquiesce, comply, decease, die, expire, give way, perish, submit, yield. Similar words: succor, succinct, succeed in, successfully, cumbersome, accumulate, such, suck. Meaning: [sə'kʌm] v. 1. consent reluctantly 2. be fatally overwhelmed.
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1. How can men succumb to force?
2. Don't succumb to the temptation to have just one cigarette.
3. Most of us are known to succumb to persuasion through the media.
4. About 400,000 Americans succumb each year to smoking-related illnesses.
5. Malnourished children are more likely to succumb to infections.
6. He would not succumb to such an item.
7. The Minister said his country would never succumb to pressure.
8. He fights almost to the death rather than succumb.
9. Gandhi did not often succumb to that temptation.
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10. Will Stansted succumb to major expansion?
11. They even succumb, in the end, to the charms of a girl, which Grahame would have winced at.
12. When she does finally succumb to Howard's advances, her identity crumbles into its component parts.
13. Politicians often succumb to the danger of talking down the economy.
14. Never a department to succumb to philosophical fashions, it continues to represent a wide variety of philosophical positions and approaches.
15. Most patients succumb when the diaphragm and rib muscles become paralyzed, and breathing becomes impossible.
16. We may succumb to flattery because it makes us feel good.
17. We can not, we will not succumb to the dark impulses that lurk in the far regions of the soul everywhere.
18. They succumb to cramp, fall off the track or simply run wildly off course.
19. In general, women succumb to the male pattern only when coerced by pimps or heavily paid by powerful men.
20. Dare and the world always yields. If it beats you sometimes, dare it again and again and it will succumb.
21. Temptation comes to all of us,whether or not we succumb depends on our ability to recognize its disguise,sometimes it arrives in a form of an old flame,flichering back to lift,or a new friend who could end up being so much more,or a young child who wakens feelings we didn't know we had.And so we give in to temptation all the while knowing come moring,we'll have to suffer the consequences.
22. Several children have measles, and the others are bound to succumb .
23. An established hebe may survive all but the worst winters, but a young plant may succumb to moderately severe weather.
24. And sometimes that control should manifest itself in allowing oneself to succumb to television's sometimes banal pleasures without guilt.
25. This cleans the slate making it less likely that you will feel guilty or succumb to any future pressure or emotional blackmail.
26. Let's say that as an alien you arrive in your space-ship, have a bumpy landing and succumb to amnesia.
27. Divorced from the program of revolutionary Marxism, cadres immersed in the mass movement eventually succumb to opportunism.
28. Studio heads and directors ignore the long list of artistic failures and succumb to the tidal pull.
29. Alert Asleep A nutcase Attackers are always on the lookout for a potential victim, some one who will succumb easily.
30. Two days she had: to resist the temptation or succumb to it.
More similar words: succor, succinct, succeed in, successfully, cumbersome, accumulate, such, suck, such as, thumb, number, modicum, stumble, occur, accuse, cum laude, document, occupy, dumbfound, a number of, any number of, accuracy, occupant, accurate, the accused, circumspect, documentary, circumstance, to the number of, occupation.