The Hashemites will not just surrender power and abscond to South Kensington.
Punishments may act as a deterrant, but once actually invoked, they make it psychologically difficult to surrender.
Can I surrender some lower-ordered priority to gain a higher-ordered priority?
But, per Escobar's terms of surrender, the only facility in which he could legally be detained was The Cathedral.
The proposal triggered a strike that shut down the city for a day -- and frightened Sarkozy into surrender.
He voluntarily proposed to surrender himself to the besiegers.
The other two inscriptions, however, refused to surrender their secrets.
This was to induce Jalaloddin to surrender without fighting.
We will negotiate for it, sacrifice for it; we will not surrender for it—now or ever.
This order was issued on the 8th of August, before the surrender of Boone.
early 15c., legalese, "a giving up" (of an estate, land grant, interest in property, etc.), from Anglo-French surrendre infinitive used as a noun, from Old French surrendre "give up, deliver over" (see surrender (v.)).