evenfall, tumble, birth, render, declination, hand over, chuck up the sponge, fall by the wayside, forego, free fall, return, white flag, nightfall, downslope, save, drop by the wayside, dispense with, repudiate, throw in the towel, redeem, gloam, decline, lay off, downfall, dip, deliver, free, twilight, fork up, drive home, allow, spill, declivity, delivery, withdraw from, bear, give birth, conceding, forfeit, crepuscle, forsaking, deport, retire from, rescue, concession, pitch, drop out, descent, forswear, spare, concede, yielding, declension, crepuscule, dusk, gloaming, abjure, grant, pin, kick, throw overboard, cast off, extradite, fork over, autumn, have, throw in, retract, giving up, turn in, depart from, fall, recant, giving way, unconditional surrender, fork out, present
comply (part of speech: verb)
rid (part of speech: verb)
give up (part of speech: verb)
relinquish (part of speech: verb)
abandonment (part of speech: noun)
riddance (part of speech: noun)
compliance (part of speech: noun)
fealty, willingness, obedience, genuflection, servility, concurrence, acquiescence, homage, conformance, adherence, meekness, agreement, conformity, affirmation, observance, submission, submissiveness, compliance, obeisance, fulfillment, deference
resignation (part of speech: noun)
relinquishment (part of speech: noun)
resign (part of speech: verb)
abandon (part of speech: verb)
- So they have told their own story, and at four o'clock they went outside and crossed a few yards of ground, until they were seen by some of the Canadians, and raised their hands as a sign of surrender. - "From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917", Philip Gibbs.
- One night, she sat at the head of the table as usual; for she would not surrender her place as hostess, even though she ate nothing, and afterward a great weakness came upon her. - "Lavender and Old Lace", Myrtle Reed.
- I will not surrender! - "The Golden Rock", Ernest Glanville.