Definition of Reconquests

1. Noun. (plural of reconquest) ¹



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Definition of Reconquests

1. reconquest [n] - See also: reconquest

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconquests

reconnoiter
reconnoitered
reconnoitering
reconnoiterings
reconnoiters
reconnoitre
reconnoitred
reconnoitres
reconnoitring
reconoiter
reconquer
reconquered
reconquering
reconquers
reconquest
reconquests
recons
reconsecrate
reconsecrated
reconsecrates
reconsecrating
reconsecration
reconsecrations
reconsenting
reconsider
reconsideration
reconsiderations
reconsidered
reconsidering
reconsiders

Literary usage of Reconquests

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ancient History to the Death of Charlemagne by Willis Mason West (1902)
"Restoration and Reconquests. — At length, a century and a half after Theodosius the Great, another strong ruler arose at Constantinople. ..."

2. Ancient History to the Death of Charlemagne by Willis Mason West (1902)
"Restoration and Reconquests. — At length, a century and a half after Theodosius the Great, another strong ruler arose at Constantinople. ..."

3. Hellenic History by George Willis Botsford (1922)
"... hence there were constant revolts and reconquests. Gradually the king introduced among his people Hellenic civilization and military equipment, ..."

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