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I *knew* I was using that word incorrectly. Whenever I feel like I am giving up and letting someone else have their way, I might say something about "subjugating my will" to them. In all reality, I have been meaning to say abdicate! I could say something like "I'm just allowing you to subjugate my will", but that doesn't have the same ring to it. Say it with me: "abdicate my will", "abdicate my will" and "abdicate my will".