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- adj. Not conquered
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not vanquished or defeated; unsubdued; not brought under control.
- Invincible; insuperable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not conquered
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Cortés meets the Itzá people, the last of the Maya to remain unconquered by the Spanish.
DAYTON, Ohio - The Florida State volleyball team was the epitome of the word unconquered as it fought back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Wright State 3-2 in the final match of the Raider Challenge on Saturday night.
The spirit of this poem (Latin for "unconquered"), combined with his belief in all the people of South Africa, helped make Madiba Madiba.
Invictus, which is Latin for "unconquered," gives the poem several meanings in the context of the film.
Invictus (Latin for "unconquered") opens Friday and stars Morgan Freeman as Mandela, casting that had been suggested long ago by the Nobel Prize-winning subject himself.
Invictus (which means "unconquered") takes place at the intersection of sports and politics.
Ajai Singh (Sonny) Mehta, whose first name means "unconquered" in Sanskrit, spent his childhood in New Delhi, the son of a high-level civil servant of the newly independent India.
It put the thon in the position of a mountaineer who has scaled an "unconquered" height only to find a rival's initials carved in the summit rock-and the rival hadn't told him in advance.
The number of conquistados grew and the "unconquered" retreated farther into the mountains.
Academy Award, has a Latin name means "unconquered".
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