adjective as in unbeaten
The greatest warriors from the various realms must compete in a series of Mortal Kombat tournaments to conquer other realms.
I think the great thing about a little town is you get to conquer your immediate world before you have to go out in the big one.
The manner in which Justinian conquered much of the Mediterranean and the impressive buildings that he and his wife built and restored across the Empire.
Another is that certain kinds of problems are most easily conquered by dividing them up among teams, sometimes spanning several disciplines.
Farb was surprised to see that Arnold described Hilbert’s 13th problem as open and had actually spent four decades trying to solve the problem that he’d supposedly already conquered.
In all these wars and rumours of war the men of the hardy North remained practically unconquered.
But while Quebec remained untaken, Canada would still be unconquered, and the defence was in good hands.
Night closed over a still unconquered, defiant, law-contemning insurrection.
Over this host of fortunate circumstances presides that unconquered and always successful leader—Time.
Somewheres out yonder in Texas they tell me there's yit a consid'ble stretch of unconquered Confederate territory.
On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unconquered, such as: successful, victorious, triumphant, unsurpassed, and winning.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.