Definition of Conquerers

1. Noun. (plural of conquerer) ¹



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Definition of Conquerers

1. conquerer [n] - See also: conquerer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conquerers

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Literary usage of Conquerers

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1. The Life of Henry Bell: The Practical Introducer of the Steam-boat Into by Edward Morris (1844)
"The steam-ship Great Britain, lately launched at Bristol, is a crowning triumph to these sea-conquerers,—nearly 4000 tons burden, and 1000 horse power! ..."

2. Speech of Robert Wickliffe in the Senate of Kentucky: Upon the Preamble and by Robert Wickliffe (1830)
"... tyrants, as weil as all other conquerers who have acted on the same principle, so much as that they considered the property of the people they subdued, ..."

3. Christian Work in Latin America (1917)
"With the conquerer came priests who absolved the conquerers for their bloody deeds, ... Three and a half centuries after the coming of these conquerers and ..."

4. Messages of Gen. Andrew Jackson: With a Short Sketch of His Life by President (1829-1837 : Jackson, Andrew Jackson, United States (1837)
"It was in vain that the "conquerers of the conquerers of Europe'' attempted to advance. They wavered — they paused — in vain Sir Edward Packenham, ..."

5. A Review of the Constitutions of the Principal States of Europe, and of the by Delacroix (Jacques-Vincent), Elizabeth Ryves (1792)
"... muft certainly be, to unite them at once to their conquerers, ... The conquered and the conquerers, thut becoming one people, would repel, ..."

6. Tracts of the American Unitarian Association by American Unitarian Association (1834)
"... part of allotted duty, to enter boldly any field of religious effort, and, in every conflict with sin, to come off conquerers and more than conquerers. ..."

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