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Correct spelling:
submits

Synonyms:

verb
affirms
accepts, supports, sustains, maintains, admits, affirms, approves, endorses, pledges, promises, acknowledges, adjures, asserts, assures, attests, avers, avouches, certifies, claims, contends, corroborates, declares, expresses, proclaims, professes, pronounces, propounds, ratifies, sets down, states, testifies, validates, verifies, warrants.
complies
bends, respects, surrenders, capitulates, adheres, acquiesces, agrees, assents, concurs, conforms, consents, bows, caves, cedes, complies, defers, fulfills, genuflects, knuckles under, kowtows, obeys, observes, succumbs, yields.
conforms
Apes, mimics.
gives
funds, supplies, Lends, shares, assists, helps, allows, ascribes, assigns, attributes, devotes, contributes, allots, dispenses, rations, awards, bequeaths, consigns, delivers, disburses, doles, donates, expends, furnishes, lavishes, pays, provides, sends, showers.
obeys
serves.
offers
Gives, Grants, endows, extends, advances, deals, approaches, invites, cites, attempts, presents, bids, imparts, issues, offers, bestows, quotes, renders, tenders.
Examples of usage:
  1. Would a king submit to such ignominy as he submits to without striking a blow? – The Puppet Crown by Harold MacGrath
  2. And it will not be a rule he submits to, but a love he accepts. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. Kind of dazed and subdued, J. Bayard submits to bein' pushed into a chair. – Shorty McCabe on the Job by Sewell Ford
  4. It seems to me that if Paris submits to a blockade for another month, she will have done her duty by France; but I cannot for the life of me see that as yet she has done anything to entitle her to boast of having set the world an example of valour. – Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris by Henry Labouchère
  5. It ran as follows: I have told her your wishes; she submits. – Monsieur Lecoq by Emile Gaboriau

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