Examples of conquest in a Sentence
tales of the ancient army's conquests
She was one of his many conquests.
people who boast about their sexual conquests
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The Tongva first met the vanguard of the Spanish conquest in 1769 when Gaspar Portola stopped in the region.
The nine-part series is set in A.D. 43 after the Roman conquest of Britain.
It’s full of handsiness and groping and objectification and lust and aggression and passion and the ruthless pursuit of yet another conquest.
More exciting than the otherworldly underwater photographs coming out of the caves is the possibility of deciphering the secrets of the Maya civilization, which ruled this region before Spain’s 16th century conquests of Central and South American.
Despite the initial bloodshed, the Norman conquest demonstrates the benefits of European integration.
Members receive a notebook to keep track of their conquests, along with a T-shirt.
In fact, many of the models are attracting new customers, known as conquests, to their brands.
The Coastal Division conquest is on the line for No.
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Origin and Etymology of conquest
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of conquest for English Language Learners
: the act of taking control of a country, city, etc., through the use of force
: a country, city, etc., that an army has taken control of through the use of force
: a person someone has succeeded in having a romantic and especially a sexual relationship with
CONQUEST Defined for Kids
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