Definition of conquer:
impound, put down, climb, mortify, chase, reduce, best, quash, mop up, lick, climbing wall, chastise, prehend, beat, enamor, strike, subjugate, sequester, pommel, stamp down, thrash, make a pass at someone, bewitch, get over, defeat, arrogate, clutch, humble, enchant, smite, win, charm, set aside, seize, hold, repress, castigate, ace, checkmate, crucify, run after, surpass, crush, tame, surmount, curtail, canyoneering, limit, belabor, wrap up, triumph over, get, get around, do down, overcome, keep down, earmark, go someone one better, clinch, worst, take, defeat, captivate, subdue, inhibit, flirt, restrict, usurp, overmatch, spank, scourge, confine, ascent, attach, confiscate, romp ahead, climbing, take over, sweep someone off their feet, skunk, enamour, be placed first/second etc., contain, overthrow, overmaster, trance, curb, ask out, cudgel, discomfit, besiege, dispatch, cut back, caving, switch, check, pound, subdue, rout, suppress, vanquish, chat up, bastinado, entrance, prevail over, occupy, pair off, stop, flog, trim, overpower, cure, beguile, notch up, appropriate, storm, base camp, capture, reserve, master, have your eye on someone, down, assume, grab, bottle up, get hold of, subject, ascend, annex, climber, pick up, overbear, determine, bruise, moderate, sweep, becharm, upend, catch, fascinate, allow, regulate, batter, abseil, invade, pacify, chasten, hold in.
- defeat (part of speech: verb)
- dominate (part of speech: verb)
- "The History of the Peloponnesian War", Thucydides.
- "The Jewish State", Theodor Herzl Commentator: Louis Lipsky Alex Bein.
- "Parrot & Co.", Harold MacGrath.