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  • If we attack it now, I don't think we can conquer it easily.
  • James then largely abandoned his efforts to conquer the stage and returned to his fiction.
  • The second part details the division of the conquered land among the twelve tribes.
  • We conquered it, but up to this day we have had no return and no advantage from it.
  • He did conquer it, but the circumstances changed later and lost it.
  • He said he was leaving because "there can be little left to conquer in professional football".
  • After conquering the empire, he plans to create time machines to spread his power further.
  • He who conquers the fear of death is master of his fate. Cited from History of the World War, by Francis A. March and Richard J. Beamish
  • You'll need it all if he's king who conquers! Cited from Heralds of Empire, by Agnes C. Laut
  • One of his soldiers shot the chief Conquering Bear in the back and killed him.
  • William was then able to conquer England with little further opposition.
  • To-morrow, whether we live or die, growth will conquer through us.
  • One man, with a dream, at pleasure can go forth and conquer a crown.
  • One year later they released their final album, Free to Conquer.
  • After war had broken out, he warned that America could not be conquered.
  • Deportations typically took place once a new piece of territory had been conquered.
  • This turned out to be true, for Henry never did conquer the whole of Ireland.
  • But this thing means something that conquers, and is not entirely part of a nation. Cited from George Bernard Shaw, by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  • However, they were unable to conquer the city because their supply lines were cut off by the Chinese.
  • French power rose quickly, conquering most of Europe by the end of the decade.
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Meaning of conquer

  • verb Overcome by conquest
    conquer your fears, conquer a country