He thought that she might have succumbed, for once, to tears.
He had to succumb.
He was exercising all his willpower to prevent himself succumbing again to Voldemort’s rage: His scar was still burning.
He watched Voldemort’s white, snakelike face vanishing into darkness, those red eyes fixed pitilessly on the thrashing elf whose death would occur within minutes, whenever he succumbed to the desperate thirst that the burning poison caused its victim … But here, Harry’s imagination could go no further, for he could not see how Kreacher had escaped.
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Everyone insisted she attend and she finally succumbed.
She predicted that 40% of Atlantic salmon would succumb to the disease.