It occurred to me that if I attacked Mr. Roberge because of his vulnerability, he might give in. Pultusk and Eylau testified to his bravery and his speech on the battlefield, and Napoleon began to give in. Search the dictionary of legal abbreviations and acronyms for acronyms and/or abbreviations that contain Relent. And the Senate, under pressure from business, is in no mood to give in. Cruz`s office refused to confirm the trip for many hours, finally relenting when the senator decided to go home Thursday afternoon. 05 2013. 11 2022 Capitulate emphasizes ending all resistance and can mean either agreement (as with an adversary) or despair in the face of an irresistible opposing force. Fate had been fickle and cold for so long; But now that her smile was worse than a frown, she could easily give in.

Only then does Trudy rein and say he should get an apartment in Manhattan. But the king did not want to release him or give in to the Americans. Middle English, melt, soften, Anglo-French relenter, re- + Latin lentare to bend, lentus soft, flexible, slow â more at souple Then, in 1937, the justices began to yield in a 5-4 decision. Google only gave in to its own threat to pull its search engine from Australia after signing contracts with the country`s major publishers that would allow it to circumvent the strictest parts of the law. Indulgence involves giving in out of compassion or compassion by someone who has the upper hand. However, she refused – and, I wish I never gave in – to let any extreme notion of food scarcity disrupt her routine. Asian law, « Relent » (legaldictionary.lawin.org 2013) joined on November 9, 2022 The council passed a measure encouraging the song to be played before sporting events, and Ehlers relented. By early Wednesday morning, Abedin had returned, but Weiner sent no signal to Washington that he was ready to back down. You might be interested in the historical significance of this term. Browse or search for Relent in Historical Law in the Encyclopedia of Law. This article on Relent was published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 (CC BY 3.0) license, which allows unrestricted use and reproduction, provided that the author(s) of the Relent entry and the Lawi platform are credited as the source of the Relent entry.

Please note that this CC BY license applies to certain text content of Relent and that certain images and other textual or non-textual elements may be covered by special copyright regulations. For instructions on citing Relent (with attribution under the CC BY license), see our « Cite this entry » recommendation below. To yield, to submit, to capitulate, to yield, to yield, to someone or to something that can no longer be resisted. She begged her father to contact him and refused to give in until he sent an interrogation telegram. (2013, 05). Smell legaldictionary.lawin.org Extract on January 11, 2022 from legaldictionary.lawin.org/relent/ A dry weekend provides relief, but the cold temperatures do not abate. A turbulent and wintry weather pattern began at the end of January and shows no signs of slowing down this week. Find out which words work together and create more natural English with the Oxford Collocations Dictionary app. Find the answers online with Practical English Usage, your go-to guide to problems in English. Your email address will not be published. Obligatory fields marked with * succumb imply weakness and helplessness in the face of the one who yields to the opposing force, or to an overwhelming power. Search or search Relent in the American Encyclopedia of Law, Asian Encyclopedia of Law, European Encyclopedia of Law, UK Encyclopedia of Law, or Latin American and Spanish Encyclopedia of Law.

What motivated you to look it up in this dictionary? Please let us know where you read it (including the quote, if possible). Submissive suggests surrendering completely to someone else`s will or control after resistance or conflict. Procrastination involves voluntary submission or submission out of respect or reverence for or reverence and affection for others. Search for any word in the dictionary offline, anytime, anywhere with the Oxford Advanced Learner`s Dictionary app. Indulgence can apply to any type or degree of submission to violence, argumentation, persuasion or supplication. Join our community to access the latest language learning tips and assessment from Oxford University Press!.