Hence, I suspect, the panic, the lockdown, the capitulation.
Even that capitulation to the oil industry was not enough for the GOP.
U.S. and Israeli hawks are rushing to call the interim nuclear agreement a capitulation and Obama another Chamberlain.
Some cynics suggest the timeline to capitulation would extend only for hours, not for days.
To many Christian writers and musicians, this extreme sensitivity seemed like a capitulation to a few overwrought objectors.
All subjects of the French King were, however, excluded from any part of the terms of this capitulation.
I proved right, for last month came the capitulation, and here I am.
Was it my new feeling of sisterhood that so elated me—or was it, more, Mrs. Sewall's capitulation?
The capitulation, with these modifications, was signed by Draper and the Archbishop-Governor.
At the time of the capitulation, the difficulty of making that port early in the winter was unknown to General Burgoyne.
1530s, "an agreement," from Middle French capitulation, noun of action from capituler "agree on specified terms," from Medieval Latin capitulare "to draw up in heads or chapters, arrange conditions," from capitulum "chapter," in classical Latin "heading," literally "a little head," diminutive of caput (genitive capitis) "head" (see capitulum). Meaning narrowed by mid-17c. to "make terms of surrender."