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to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

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And I also hope that his powerful vessel has conquered the sea at its most terrible gulf, and that the Nautilus has survived where so many other vessels have been lost
Therefore, he who considers both of these states will recognize great difficulties in seizing the state of the Turk, but, once it is conquered, great ease in holding it.
the crisis -- The danger is past, And the lingering illness Is over at last -- And the fever called "Living" Is conquered at last.
Yes," replied Ozma, "because a good Witch had conquered Mombi in the North and Glinda the Good had conquered the evil Witch in the South.
Quite awhile, until I was conquered by a girl named General Jinjur.
But the Guardian of the Gate is considered a faithful Guardian, and the King's Army will not let the City be conquered without a struggle.
It is to Ireland that we must go for the very beginnings of our Literature, for the Roman conquest did not touch Ireland, and the English, who later conquered and took possession of Britain, hardly troubled the Green Isle.
After long fighting Brown Bull conquered, and goring White-horned to death, ran off with him impaled upon his horns, shaking his shattered body to pieces as he ran.
I judged the little force of a thousand men were detailed here to maintain the authority of a distant government in a conquered country.
These men are recruited, so the colonel told me, from among the conquered tribes of Africa.
For fifty years his armies had conquered wherever they had marched.
Molly was charmed with the first opportunity she ever had of showing her beauty to advantage; for though she could very well bear to contemplate herself in the glass, even when dressed in rags; and though she had in that dress conquered the heart of Jones, and perhaps of some others; yet she thought the addition of finery would much improve her charms, and extend her conquests.
The nobleman was allowed the right to vote, and the new party had conquered.
But the old party did not consider themselves conquered.
Between the eleventh and the fourteenth centuries, a culture that first began in Frankish Europe, spread out from a base of France, Northern Italy and Western Germany, and systematically conquered and (re)settled regions from Southwest Spain and Mediterranean islands to the Dead Sea rift, from the Irish valleys and the Norse fjords to the Eastern reaches of the Baltic Sea.