“Persecution is good for you” Freeman said, pointing to the Jewish people “conquering” Europe after the Holocaust as an example.
conquering Fears For one young girl it was hard to dance like no one was watching, because she knew that everyone was.
But he succeeds, conquering the word and his mixed emotions.
What the Soviets failed to understand is that homegrown insurgency and religious fervor will outlast any conquering force.
By the time word of military victory reached home, the conquering army might have been destroyed in a subsequent battle.
A sense of achievement; of conquering the unconquerable; of pitting human wits against giants and winning—a sporting chance.
We form a habit of conquering as insistent as any other habit.
conquering her natural fears she rose, and donning a dressing gown, unconsciously tried the handle of her door.
I struggled with temptation and fell asleep still not conquering it.
It would be a stain, as even the half-opened paleface eye may see, were it taken from one by the conquering arm of a foe.