Definition of Conquistadores

1. Noun. (plural of conquistador) ¹



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Definition of Conquistadores

1. conquistador [n] - See also: conquistador

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conquistadores

conquering
conqueringly
conqueror
conquerors
conquerour
conquerours
conquers
conquests
conquian
conquians
conquinine
conquistador
conquistadora
conquistadoras
conquistadores (current term)
conquistadorial
conquistadors
conrod
conrods
conrotary
conrotatory
cons
cons cell
consanguine
consanguineal
consanguined
consanguineous
consanguinities
consanguinity

Literary usage of Conquistadores

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1. Venezuela by Leonard Victor Dalton (1912)
"... of the conquistadores—The slave trade—Treacheries of the Cubagua colonists—Gonzalez de Ocampo—Las Casas—First cities of the New World— Settlement of ..."

2. The Mythology of All Races by Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore, John Arnott MacCulloch (1920)
"conquistadores« In 1517 Hernandez de Cordova, sailing from Cuba for the Bahamas, was driven out of his course by adverse gales; ..."

3. Latin-American [mythology] by Hartley Burr Alexander (1920)
"But the crowning misfortune common to the two empires was the possession of gold, maddening the eyes of the conquistadores. II. ..."

4. Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe by Alexander von Humboldt (1860)
"They err who believe that the conquistadores were incited by love of gold and religious fanaticism alone. Perils always exalt the poetry of life; and, ..."

5. The Mother of California: Being an Historical Sketch of the Little Known by Arthur Walbridge North (1908)
"... CALIFORNIA I IN THE DAYS OF THE conquistadores Great State of California, superb in thy wealth of minerals, clime and soil, threefold wealth with which ..."

6. The Pan-American Financial Conference of 1915 by Santiago Pérez Triana (1915)
"The Shadow of the conquistadores. GENTLEMEN, Our excursion under the ample and hospitable auspices of the American Government and the American people, ..."

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