- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vanquish.
“She wielded her immaculate beauty with sly wit in Mr. Buñuel's "Belle de Jour" (1967), as a bourgeois wife who vanquishes her frigidity by secretly turning tricks in a brothel, but conveyed an even more supple emotional transformation in Mr. Buñuel's "Tristana" (1970), based on Benito Pérez Galdós's novel about a corrupted innocent.”
“Armed with his arsenal of shrink rays, freeze rays, and battle-ready vehicles for land and air, he vanquishes all who stand in his way.”
“Armed with his arsenal of shrink rays, freeze rays and battle-ready vehicles for land and air, he vanquishes all who stand in his way.”
“In most (successful) hostilities the victor — especially if occupying for a period of time — vanquishes any armed hostilities by the other side.”
“Further up Front Street, Café Crème vanquishes my partner's daily latté lust and several clothes boutiques satisfy big city yearnings.”
“But with help from Andy, the magical panther Hermes (a slinky Matthew Schleigh), the conjure woman Athena (a regal Shaunte Tabb) and a reflective washboard, Percy vanquishes his enemies, kills a giant gator and returns to make a happy home, with Andy, by Danae's side.”
“Set in the court of Edward III, it tells the story of Jack, a “noble Saxon” who rises from pauper to royal knight and vanquishes his enemies by clubbing them over the head with an enormous cudgel.”
“Please don't assume the Obama administration is merely gathering round the Tree of Souls, and playing with each others 'ponytails while praying Eywa vanquishes the evil ocean-bed monster.”
“Over five decades now, decades dominated by TV – sheer surprise vanquishes all predictions.”
“A random head-turn vanquishes the evil and saves France.”
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