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succumb

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Pronunciation:

[səkˈʌm], [səkˈʌm], [s_ə_k_ˈʌ_m]
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Synonyms for Succumb:

comply (verb)

accept, acquiesce, adhere, agree, assent, bend, bow, capitulate, cave, cede, comply, concur, conform, consent, defer, fulfill, genuflect, knuckle under, kowtow, obey, observe, respect, submit, surrender, yield.

die (verb)

cease, decease, depart, die, end, expire, fall, part, pass, pass away, pass on, perish.

Other synonyms and related words:

Demised, abandon, abide, accede, adhere to, admit defeat, adversity, afford, allow, antiquated, archaic, attribute, back, be agreeable, be beaten, be bested, be captured, be conquered, be defeated, be destroyed, be done for, be dying, be fatigued, be lost, be merciful, be no more, be overcome, be overthrown, be resigned, be taken, be worsted, bear, become extinct, become resigned, bend to, bestow, bite the dust, black out, blink, blow, bow to, bowed, break, break down, break one's back, breath, breathe one's last, breather, breathless, breed, breeze, bring about, bring in, buckle, buckle under, burn out, buy the farm, bygone, carry, cash in, cater to, cave in, cease opposition, cease to be, cease to live, character, check out, class, clod, close one's eyes, cold, collapse, come, come round, come to an end, come to grief, come to naught, come to nothing, commit, compromise, concede, conk out, consent reluctantly, constitution, cower, crack, crack-up, creation, croak, crumble, cry quits, day, daylight, daytime, dead, deceased, defer to, defunct, demise, depart this life, departed, die off, disappear, disposition, donate, done for, droop, drop, drop dead, drown, ease, ease up, eat crow, elapse, end one's days, end one's life, endure, essence, extend, extinct, face the music, fade away, fail, faint, fall asleep, fall for, fall senseless, fall victim to, falter, fatigue, favour, finished, flag, flake out, flatline, flounder, fold, follow, founder, gasp, generate, genuflection, genuflexion, get, get into trouble, get sleepy, get tired, give, give ground, give in, give in to, give out, give over, give up, give way, give way to, go, go along with, go down, go out like a light, go to one's grave, go to pot, go under, go west, gone, goon, grant, gratify, gray out, grow weary, had it, halt, hand in, have enough, heed, hobble, humour, inactive, inanimate, indulge, indulge in, jade, keel over, kick in, kick off, kick the bucket, kind, knock under, knuckle, knuckle down, knuckle under to, lapsed, late, lick the dust, limp, live with, live with it, lose, lose breath, lose one's balance, lose one's life, lose out, lose the day, lose wind, lout, make one's exit, meet one's Maker, meet one's death, meet one's end, meet waterloo, melt, mettle, mind, minister to, move over, nature, not resist, oaf, oblige, pack it in, pamper, pander to, pant, pass on to the Great Beyond, pass out, pass over, pay, peg out, peter out, play out, poop out, pop off, puff, puff and blow, put off mortality, put up with, quail, quality, quit, quit this world, relax, relent, relinquish, relinquish one's life, render, resign, resign one's being, resign one's life, resign oneself, return, return to dust, run aground, run out, say uncle, show compassion, show mercy, show pity, show white flag, shrink, sink, snuff it, snuff out, soften, spirit, stop breathing, stop fighting, submissive, submit to, succumb to, suffer defeat, surrender one's life, swallow, swallow it, swallow the pill, swoon, take, take it, take the count, throw in the towel, tire, titubate, treat, truckle, truckle to, tumble, turn up one's toes, up and die, vanish, vanished, weary, wheeze, wilt, wind, worsen, yawn, yeild, yield one's breath, yield the ghost, yield to.

Rhymes for Succumb:

  1. slum, from, hum, rum, numb, scum, glum, bum, crumb, drum, mum, sum, plum, plumb, some, come, gum, thumb, chum, strum, dumb;
  2. become, alum;

Quotes for Succumb:

  1. Fidelity to conscience is inconsistent with retiring modesty. If it be so, let the modesty succumb It can be only a false modesty which can be thus endangered. Harriet Martineau.
  2. The message of the movie is to accept who you are and not to succumb to the pressure of what the media tells you is beautiful and what you should be looking like. Mike Myers.
  3. May we not succumb to thoughts of violence and revenge today, but rather to thoughts of mercy and compassion. We are to love our enemies that they might be returned to their right minds. Marianne Williamson.

Idioms of Succumb:

  1. succumb to sth;