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Noun
The subjugation or conquering of a place or people, especially by military force
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“They adopted brutal tactics in their conquest of villages and were efficient in their cruelty.”
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An act of seizing or appropriating something, especially land or territory
“He had led the conquest of southern Poland in 1939.”
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The (successful) ascent of a mountain, especially one not previously climbed
“They asked the mountain-climbing heroes to talk about their conquest of Mount Chumi Longma.”
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An act of seducing or alluring someone
“He brought his ladies' man aura with him, and frequently eluded the frustrated staff in his conquest of many young officers.”
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A person whose affection or intimacy has been won
“He had no real love for her, but considered her a conquest unlike most other women.”
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Someone or something desirable that has been acquired or achieved
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“Among the number of her professed lovers, Mr. Nisbet of Dirleton was regarded as her best conquest.”
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A person's ruin or downfall
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Control or superiority over someone or something
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The reduction or the abolition of the military forces and armaments of a nation, and of its capability to wage war
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A feeling of unease or embarrassment
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