Succumb in a sentence as a verb

Even if they hate it, they have to succumb to it.

Did she succumb to some black hat SEO marketing pitch?

It's not quite as bad, but I continually succumb to doubt.

If they dont succumb to the trolls demands by settling, they face certain ruin.

Ordered society will succumb to chaos and nothing will be done.

Industries other than tech will succumb to the lure of lower costs of doing business and leave.

I refuse to succumb to the notion that all is lost simply because we've had 8-10 years of overreach.

*This is an excellent example of the way IQ tests can indeed succumb to cultural training effects.

It's not explained why this strategy does not succumb to the same problem -- though the author surely has some reasoning around it.

Painful to see every culture slowly succumb to cubicles and factories.

We can all succumb to temptations to do wrong on this or that occasion but it takes someone really loathsome to do what Best Buy's executives did here.

However, when succumbing to that results in an unwanted childbirth, it does more than just punish the parent, it now involves the child and the whole community.

However, it's very easy to succumb to the allure of denouncing anything we don't understand as therefore having no value.

From the perspective of an observer who has no special affection for Apple, it's surprising that a company of that competence would succumb to such a basic process error.

Like any Chinese Encyclopedia classifications they often succumb to the temptation to add nodes that say "Other" to keep the length of the branches constant.

Kipling put it well: It is wrong to put temptation in the path of any nation, For fear they should succumb and go astray; So when you are requested to pay up or be molested, You will find it better policy to say: -- "We never pay any-one Dane-geld, No matter how trifling the cost; For the end of that game is oppression and shame, And the nation that pays it is lost!

Succumb definitions


consent reluctantly

See also: yield


be fatally overwhelmed

See also: yield