Trita, scarcely Triton, is the Persian Thraetaona who conquers Vritra, as does Indra in India.
By sheer force of will she conquers Negly and rushes past him to the door of the room where her lover lies.
Restrain yourself, and fill your mind with strains Such as the Muse whoconquers men will teach you, And you will charm him by your dulcet songs.
Thus the conquering Christ comes, and those whom He conquers by His love, He shifts by a great emigration out of the dominion of that darkness which is at once tyranny and anarchy, and leads them into the happy kingdom of the light.
But all must be severed before the ruthless tyrant who conquers conquerers, and has justly been styled, "the king of terrors.
In brief, let this suffice in her commendation:--She strengthened David and conquered Goliath, she overthrows her enemies and conquers herself.
He therefore conquers in the song of the Lord, who takes pleasure in His praise, not in his own; that "He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord.
For in this life, when this conflict has arisen, either pain conquers and death expels the feeling of it, or nature conquers and health expels the pain.
For when the soul conquers itself to a due subordination, so that its unreasonable motions are controlled by reason, while it again is subject to God, this is a conquest virtuous and praiseworthy.
Sittius, in the African war makes a successful diversion against Juba and conquers even the important Cirta (Bell.
Luria is a noble Moor who commands the armies of Florence against Pisa, and conquers Pisa.
So the strong manconquers the Fates, whom even Apollo could not subdue.
He meets and conquers Death and brings back Alkestis alive to her husband.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "conquers" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.