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Definition of "conquering" []

  • To overcome (an enemy, army, etc); defeat (verb)
  • To overcome (an obstacle, feeling, desire, etc); surmount (verb)
  • To gain possession or control of by or as if by force or war; win (verb)
  • To gain the love, sympathy, etc, of (someone) by seduction or force of personality (verb)
  • Present participle of conquer. (verb)

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Use "conquering" in a sentence
  • "The statement announcing his succession was filled with the terror network's usual rhetoric, vowing to continue the fight against what it called "conquering infidels, led by America and its stooge Israel, who attack the homes of Islam.""
  • ""Is this what you call conquering the world, Ratio?""
  • "Dividing and conquering is far more important than compromising and leading."