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It was a noble vanquishment for him, whatever it was for his party, for Lancashire, or for the country.
THE CONTEMPORARY REVIEW, VOLUME 36, NOVEMBER 1879VARIOUS
In that hour of the mind's awful vanquishment a human soul stood naked behind him as before its Maker.
THE BONDMANHALL CAINE
Possibly we might be victors if we would, even to the very vanquishment of Death!
TEMPORAL POWERMARIE CORELLI
However, there was no disposition to let the matter rest here and acknowledge vanquishment at the hands of the village of Austin.
ROUGHING ITMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
If John Aldous had betrayed no visible sign of inward vanquishment he at least was feeling its effect.
THE HUNTED WOMANJAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
Then a tremendous roar of laughter saluted this easy vanquishment of a formidable enemy.
THE BLAZED TRAILSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
What she had thought her conquest had been her vanquishment.
THE MANXMANHALL CAINE
In a bodily contest, there could be but the single issue, her vanquishment.
HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGEWALDRON BAILY
It was the song of the eternal vanquishment of love by distrust, of the eternal failure of faith.
PHASES OF AN INFERIOR PLANETELLEN GLASGOW
A serious conflict ensued between the two creatures, and resulted in the complete vanquishment of the Primal Man.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF METAPHYSICS IN PERSIAMUHAMMAD IQBAL

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