Definition of 'capitulation'
Example sentences containing 'capitulation'
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
First, the total capitulation of your heart to God.Christianity Today (2000)
It was made worse by the fact they surrendered a hard-earned lead in a second-half capitulation which earned them an audible booing off at the final whistle.The Sun (2013)
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