English words and Examples of Usage

use "conquer" in a sentence

They decided to conquer that uninhabitable frontier known as Florida.

Are Android smartphones finally poised to conquer the enterprise?

The locations are just waiting for the bacterium to invade and conquer.

Read: 1,000th win for Roger Federer Can Rafa's mind conquer ailing body?

Be keen to conquer in this holy month and to become exposed to martyrdom.

She had to do something about it, and wanted to conquer her fears head on.

None of us can know it all, but you have to divide and conquer with your team.

Sandy and her guests explore issues facing women today, and how to conquer them.

It will no longer be sufficient to "contain jihadism, we will conquer it," he added.

When asked whether IS "wanted to conquer" Europe one day, for Emde, there was no doubt.

The results of his “divide and conquer” leadership have not improved anything in Wisconsin.

Each year, thousands of foreigners to attempt to conquer the country's soaring peaks.

Of course, as European and American history show, even conquest can't always conquer the past.

Here's How To Conquer Your 'Fear Of Missing Out' The ‘fear of missing out’ is a common feeling.

Which just goes to show that, even dressed as a toilet roll dolly, you can still conquer the world.

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