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Usage: Do we succumb to the hype?
Usage: A family member of the undersigned, after a prolonged and debilitating illness appears to be succumbing to that illness, and death is reported to be imminent.
Usage: He succumbed to his exhaustion
Usage: i succumbed too
Usage: She succumbed to the cancer after a long fight.
Usage: We will have to succumb to that decision - or - We will have to give in to that decision.
Usage: She has finally succumbed.
Usage: With each tidal wave, it was becoming more apparent that the building would soon succumb to the force of the raging water.
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