conquer

[ kong-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF conquer

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And it is the world's only hope, to conquer poverty and preserve peace.

It is an axiom in all progress that the more we conquer the more easily we conquer.

As already seen, we ask for difficulties to conquer, successes to achieve.

Difficulties to conquer can only exist side by side with the possibility of not conquering them.

No fools are they, in fact, even when to that name they 'stoop to conquer.'

"Both will conquer and each will hold its own," answered the Lady Tiphaine.

But why not put it from him; why not conquer himself as he had always done?

Still, there was a certain aloofness about him which she could not conquer, try as she might.

"We are Northmen, come hither to conquer France," replied Rollo.

It gives grace, it is perfection, which has only need to show itself to conquer.

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