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Synonyms for conquering

relating to, having the nature of, or experiencing triumph

Synonyms for conquering

the act of conquering

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From the Conquering Eating Disorders series for young adults and teens, "Conquering Negative Body Images" is an excellent library bound resource with questions and definitions of negative body image geared towards students age 12 and up.
When Judges refers to Ammonite territory between Arnon and Jabbok this could refer to an area that was once actually ruled by Ammon and then conquered by Sihon (according to one opinion with Moab conquering that land in between) or to a land that was really Moabite, with the Ammonite king representing Moabite interests.
In Conquering Your Workplace: From Mail Room To Board Room, career counselor, job consultant, and life coach Dilip G.
that Alexander changed the world by conquering Mediterranean Europe and Asia, laying the groundwork for the spread of the Roman Empire and Christianity.
In Conquering Complexity in Your Business: How Wal-Mart, Toyota, and Other Top Companies Are Breaking Through the Ceiling on Profits and Growth, co-authors Michael L.
And the only person one can "morally" dream of conquering is the oppressive conqueror.
Without ignoring the impact of the diversification of the local economy, rising working-class living standards and the spread of respectability, it is argued that the town's police force (and in particular the rank-and-file men who were most in contact with the local population) played a major role in the conquering of the British Ballarat.
CEOs of fledgling websites are prone to brag, "we are conquering the world" rather than "we will conquer the world.
Conquering armies have very frequently gendered their defeated rivals as women, often sodomizing or castrating fallen warriors.
repulsed an invasion by his half-brother Mizar Mohammed Hakim (1581), and invaded Afghanistan in retribution, conquering it (1581); conquered Sind, Kashmir, and Orissa, and subdued Baluchistan (1586-1595); invaded the perpetually unruly Deccan, conquering India as far south as the Godavari River (1596-1600); hurried north when his son Salim revolted; defeated and captured Salim, but then pardoned him (1601-1603); died at Agra (October 16, 1605), probably poisoned by Salim.
Lessons Learned in Growth and Conquering the Chaos Clate Mask and Scott Martineau, authors, Conquer the Chaos: How to Grow a Successful Small Business Without Going Crazy, Cofounders of Infusionsoft
My memory recalls that it told the story of a conquering conker.