Enter your text below to find synonyms and click here

conquer

436 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[kˈɒnkə], [kˈɒnkə], [k_ˈɒ_n_k_ə]
Loading...

Synonyms for Conquer:

defeat (verb)

beat, capture, checkmate, crush, defeat, foil, humble, master, outdo, outplay, overcome, overpower, overthrow, overturn, predominate, quell, rout, subdue, subject, surmount, triumph, trounce, trump, vanquish, whip, win.

dominate (verb)

Lord, better, command, control, dominate, oppress, oversee, preside, prevail, rule, subordinate, succeed.

Other synonyms and related words:

Overmatch, absorb, accept, accept a gift, accroach, ace, achieve, achieve first place, acknowledge, acquire, admit, adopt, advance, affect, again, allow, amity, anew, annex, annihilate, appropriate, aristocrat, arrogate, assume, attach, attack, attract, baffle, balance, balk, bastinado, batter, be able to, be cunning, be humble, be the victor, be victorious, be victorious over, bear, bear down, beat down, beat hollow, beat out, becharm, beguile, bend, besiege, best, bewitch, blinks, blitz, borrow, bottle up, bowl over, break, break down, bridle, bring down, bring low, bring peace to, bring to knees, bring to terms, bring up terms, brook, bury, buy out, buy up, calm, campaign, captivate, captivity, carry the day, carry coals, carry off, carry the day, catch, celerity, charm, chasten, check, choke back, choke down, circumvent, clobber, clutch, colonize, combat, come first, come over, common, condescend, confiscate, conqueror, conquest, contain, contrive, courtier, cream, crusade, cudgel, cunning, curb, current, curtail, cut back, deign, demean oneself, demolish, depose, despoil, destroy, dethrone, devastate, devastating, diminish, discomfit, dispatch, do away with, do in, do over, dominant, double, down, draw draw, drub, dull, earmark, eliminate, enamor, enamour, enchant, engram, engulf, enslave, equality, equivalence, eradicate, euchre, examine carefully, excursion, exercise one's discretion, exhaust, expedition, exterminate, fall, fascinate, feather the oar, fell, finesse, finish, finish first, flatten, flatter, flood, floor, friendship, frustrate, furthermore, gain, gain a victory, garrison, gentle, gerrymander, get the best of, get the better of, get hold of, get over, get the better of, go someone one better, gram, gramme, harry, hog, hold, hold back, hold down, hold in, humble oneself, humiliate, hurdle, hushed, impound, indent, inhibit, intrigue, inundate, invade, invader, invasion, irresistible, journey, journey far away, jump a claim, keep, keep back, keep down, knock over, lash, lay hold of, lay waste, levy taxes, liberate, lick, liquidate, love of superiority, lower, make free with, make mincemeat of, make things pleasant, make use of, maneuver, mangle, maraud, massacre, meek, moderate, monopolize, more, mortify, muffled, muted, mutilate, neutralise, neutralize, obliterate, obtain, occupation, occupier, occupy, oppression, oust, outflank, outgeneral, outmaneuver, outvote, outwit, overbear, overmaster, overreach, override, overrun, overset, overtax, overwhelm, overwhelm by force, overwhelming, pare, parity, peaceful, pillage, place, placid, plan, play tricks with, plunder, polish off, possess oneself of, possession, practice, pre-empt, predominant, preempt, preoccupy, prepossess, prevail over, prevail against, prevail over, prevailing, prostrate, pulverize, put to flight, quash, quench, quiet, ravage, reduce, reduce to submission, relieve, repeatedly, repossess, repress, repression, repulse, requisition, reserve, resistance, restrain, restrict, retake, ride down, ride roughshod over, rife, route, ruin, sack, scourge, second time, secure, seize, seize the throne, set up, shatter, shut down, siege, silent, sit on, skunk, slaughter, smash, smite, smother, snatch a verdict, soft, squash, squat on, squelch, stagger, staid, stamp down, statesman, stifle, stoop, stop, storm, strike, strip, subdued, subjection, subjugate, subjugation, submit, submit to, successful, suppress, surpass, surprise, swallow, swallow back, swamp, sycophant, take, take all of, take first prize, take it all, take on, take over, take possession of, take the honours, takeover, tame, temporize, term for, then, thrash, thrive, throw, thwart, topple, total, track, trample, trample down, trample underfoot, trash, travel, tread underfoot, trim, triumph over, triumphant, try, tyrannize, undermine, unhorse, unman, unseat, upend, upset, usurp, vandalize, vassal, victorious, victory, vouchsafe, war down, waylay, weigh down, whitewash, win out, win out over, win over, wipe off map, wipe out, wipe the floor with, worst, wreak havocon, yet, yield the palm, zap.

Quotes for Conquer:

  1. To live we must conquer incessantly, we must have the courage to be happy. Henri Frederic Amiel.
  2. I believe that anyone can conquer fear by doing the things he fears to do, provided he keeps doing them until he gets a record of successful experience behind him. Eleanor Roosevelt.
  3. The impossibility of a retreat makes no difference in the situation of men resolved to conquer or die; and, believe me, my friends, if your conquest could be bought with the blood of your general, he would most cheerfully resign a life which he has long devoted to his country. James Wolfe.

Idioms of Conquer:

  1. divide and conquer/ rule;
X