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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In trade and conquest, religion and nutrition, life in Greece has long emerged from the sea.
Usually the two former lawyers would mix business talk with reminiscences of their past corporate conquests, watch a little baseball or CNBC, and gaze at the giant aquariums of Sumner’s beloved saltwater fish.
In its place, new waves of migration and conquest, interbreeding and replacement, swept westward across the steppe.
By the 7th century, however, Islam began to spread through the Arab conquests, and Syria eventually became overwhelmingly Muslim.
The Spanish conquest, the imposition of Catholicism and the erosion of Nahuatl and other indigenous languages have reshaped this town.
The guys started talking about Jordan's previous conquests — and that means Tinder.
Sugar’s conquest of the world proceeded in stages, Mr. Walvin shows.
The first is that conquest by the French is still a touchy subject in some circles.
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CONQUEST Defined for English Language Learners
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
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