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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "submit" in a sentence

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    1. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    2. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    3. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    4. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    5. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    6. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    7. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    8. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    9. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


    10. When a book's copyright owner submits their work to Foboko


















































































    1. If we refuse submitting to the laws of life, it is natural that we are


    2. He even got out of there once again without submitting to a homosexual encounter


    3. of time submitting to hundreds of directories


    4. Strenhowell made him acquainted with their names and duties, each time presenting Harry as their new supervisor and reminding them of their responsibility to produce their work in a timely manner---always submitting their products for 'Mr


    5. The workmen, accordingly, very seldom derive any advantage from the violence of those tumultuous combinations, which, partly from the interposition of the civil magistrate, partly from the superior steadiness of the masters, partly from the necessity which the greater part of the workmen are under of submitting for the sake of present subsistence, generally end in nothing but the punishment or ruin of the ringleaders


    6. 18, reducing the fine for admission to twenty pounds for all persons, without any distinction of ages, or any restriction, either to mere merchants, or to the freemen of London; and granting to all such persons the liberty of exporting, from all the ports of Great Britain, to any port in Turkey, all British goods, of which the exportation was not prohibited, upon paying both the general duties of customs, and the particular duties assessed for defraying the necessary expenses of the company ; and submitting, at the same time, to the lawful authority of the British ambassador and consuls resident in Turkey, and to the bye-laws of the company duly enacted


    7. Paul was talking about submitting to


    8. not holding fast to the Head, Colossians 2:19, because they were submitting to authorities, Colossians 2:20


    9. But by submitting to leaders as a substitute


    10. Then one officer sprang to his feet, and in an impassioned harangue called all to swear to fulfil their oath, "Independence or Death," and face the latter before submitting to such American intolerance


















































































    1. We must submit


    2. “Obey them that have the rule over you, and submit yourselves: for they watch for your


    3. (17) “Obey them that have the rule over you, and submit yourselves: for they watch for your souls, as they that must give account, that they may do it with joy, and not with grief: for that is unprofitable for you


    4. We as members of any congregation must submit ourselves to


    5. If it is our utmost desire to please the Lord in all things (and what is the point of calling ourselves Christians if we do not submit to the headship of Christ in all matters?), we will go to the Word of God to learn the Lord's will on this matter


    6. Is man somehow mistreated because he has to submit to the headship of


    7. In replacing those two words (though He is indeed the Creator), we have allowed an excuse as to why people should not submit to spiritual authority


    8. I will never submit to a pastor who won’t allow for his congregation to chastise him


    9. We tried to submit proof; but that was


    10. You may also want to submit the draft charter to the staff of your sponsoring agency and/or school board for review


















































































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    Synonyms for "submit"

    submit take reconcile resign posit put forward state accede bow defer give in put in present render pass on relegate volunteer proffer suggest propose affirm tender succumb relinquish comply abide

    "submit" definitions

    refer for judgment or consideration


    put before


    yield to the control of another


    hand over formally


    refer to another person for decision or judgment


    yield to another's wish or opinion


    accept or undergo, often unwillingly


    make an application as for a job or funding


    make over as a return


    accept as inevitable