vanquished[ vang-kwish, van- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vanquished
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VANQUISHED
He had been vanquished, cheated, scorned, shamefully flouted.
When the fire was vanquished, it had practically completed its work of destruction.
As if vanquished, he laid it on the table beside the others.
Dead, vanquished by the sword, betrayed by fortune, crushed with grief.
The liberal party appears to be vanquished in the sphere of economics.
They were vanquished, it was all ended; then why not stop the slaughter?
"You have vanquished my ill-luck," Felicite would sometimes say to her husband.
And, besides—I will admit it—suppose we are vanquished, well then, so much the worse for the other.
He had conquered by his divine improvidence; the poor man had vanquished the wealthy.
They had been unable to drive him from the bed and were vanquished.