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succumb
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • Had the woman not been his wife, Troy would have succumbed instantly; as it was, he thought he would not deceive her longer.
  • Having from their youth up been entirely unaccustomed to any liquor stronger than cider or mild ale, it was no wonder that they had succumbed, one and all, with extraordinary uniformity, after the lapse of about an hour.

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  • Everyone insisted she attend and she finally succumbed.
  • She predicted that 40% of Atlantic salmon would succumb to the disease.

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