Conquered [verb]

Definition of Conquered:

defeat, overcome

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Sentence/Example of Conquered:

Then he scrambled back down to deliver the news, written in code to keep from getting scooped, that Everest had been conquered for the first time in history.

None of that, however, would have been achieved if he hadn’t managed to repeatedly confront and conquer a persistent adversary — his own self doubts.

Whether you’re just estimating your chances of conquering a new niche or already trying hard to move up the ranking ladder, you need to mind your rivals.

Alas, the hope that all scientific puzzles would be conquered through reductionism was more popular with physicists before the 20th century rolled around.

They wordlessly divided and conquered, each acting as the other’s external memory.

Those owners include the 7 teen idols who conquer the world’s stages as BTS.

The Lakers’ collective effort that night gave them a 3-1 series lead, a championship advantage conquered only once before — by the legend Davis found himself running the league with.

Productsup helped brands and retailers conquer the technological complexity of e-commerce — right when they needed to most.

Couple their internal chemical factories with cultivating a root microbiome and you have the secret weapon that helped plants conquer the continents over the past 450 million years.

The people here retained the same paganism and barbarity, only they were not so dangerous, being conquered by the Muscovites.