Nor is the stubborn, shrewd prime minsiter known to capitulate easily, or to misread public sentiment.
As he is walking out the door, the Japanese call him back, capitulate, and a happy medium is agreed on.
This meant that even if Saddam sought to capitulate, it would not suffice.
He knew his best friend, Chief Taylor, would stand by him and that Stilts would have to capitulate.
Much like Jamie, he acknowledges—but will not capitulate to—the circumscribed world they create.
We had the bed of the river, from whence we could not inflict such losses as would compel the enemy to capitulate.
Your attentions flatter her, and predispose her to capitulate.
She indeed would be forced to capitulate through starvation.
"You must not capitulate with your Sovereign," said the Chancellor.
This was immediately put into execution, and in twenty-four hours Mareschal Boufflers was fain to capitulate.
to divide into chapters, put under titles or headings
Latin capitulum 'titles, chapters'
1570s, "to draw up in chapters" (i.e., under "heads"), in part a back-formation from capitulation, in part from Medieval Latin capitulatus, past participle of capitulare "to draw up in heads or chapters, arrange conditions." Often of terms of surrender, hence meaning "to yield on stipulated terms" (1680s). Related: Capitulated; capitulating.