283 - Succumb

Succumb : Verb

  1. [intransitive] to not be able to fight an attack, a temptation, etc. (Oxford)
  2. [intransitive] succumb (to something) to die from the effect of a disease or an injury (Oxford)
  3. to lose the determination to oppose something; to accept defeat (Cambridge)
  4. to die or suffer badly from an illness (Cambridge)

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Sentence (s)

  1. The town succumbed after a short siege. (Oxford)
  2. They were all offered bribes and some of them succumbed. (Oxford)
  3. His career was cut short when he succumbed to cancer. (Oxford)
  4. Thousands of cows have succumbed to the disease in the past few months. (Cambridge)

Phrases & Connected Words

  • town succumbed by siege
  • succumbed by bribe
  • succumbed to cancer
  • succumbed to the disease

Synonym(s)

  1. Downfall ,
  2. Fallen

Antonym(s)

  1. Resist
  2. Conquer

Word Family

  1. Succumbing