Conquering [adjective]

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Like Alexander the Great, who supposedly wept because there were no more worlds to conquer, Vescovo sets a goal of traveling to the bottom of all five oceans because he needs a new challenge.

Sally Hubbard, the director of enforcement strategy at the Open Markets Institute, explained that the “divide and conquer strategy” is due to resource constraints, “with different enforcers focusing on different aspects of Google’s monopolization.”

It’s a reference to the legend of controversial Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés ordering his ships be torched to eliminate the possibility of retreat when attempting to conquer the Aztec empire.

Knowing that there were no safe or proven treatments or an effective vaccine, China relied on proven nonpharmaceutical interventions to conquer the epidemic.

They wordlessly divide and conquer, each acting as the other’s external memory.

El Imparcial maintained that he was worthy of being honoured as a 19th century conquering hero.

Even Benny caught the fever of conquering the mischievous water which slipped from their grasp like quicksilver.

On September 14 the conquering army lost sixty-six officers and eleven hundred and four men.

I saw her quite distinctly: tall and commanding, the radiance of all-conquering love in her eyes.

The Scots are a nation of hardy, valiant men, whom the English never would have succeeded in conquering by force of arms.