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- n. A person who subjugates or conquers.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who subjugates; a conqueror.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who subjugates or enslaves; a conqueror.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a conqueror who defeats and enslaves
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Heracles, the most renowned subjugator of all the semi-divine personages worshipped by the Hellenes, — a being of irresistible force, and especially beloved by Zeus, yet condemned constantly to labour for others and to obey the commands of a worthless and cowardly persecutor.
You are the conqueror of my people, our subjugator.
O subjugator of all foes beginnest thou thy march when the time cometh, having taken into consideration all the omens you might see, the resolutions thou hast made, and that the ultimate victory depends upon the twelve mandalas (such as reserves, ambuscades, &c, and payment of pay to the troops in advance)?
Afterwards when Hansa, the subjugator of hostile heroes, heard that
He knew that that creator himself of every object one, that exalted of all gods -- Narayana -- who had formerly commanded the celestials, saying, -- 'Be ye born on earth and slay one another and come back to heaven' -- that slayer of all the enemies of the gods, that subjugator of all hostile towns, in order to fulfil his own promise, had been born in the Kshatriya order.
That subjugator of hostile towns, Bhishma, then, on hearing those shouts of the Kshatriyas, became very angry and said, 'Stay, Stay'.
And, O king, Vali the son of Virochana, and Naraka the subjugator of the whole Earth; Sanghraha and Viprachitti, and those
For, O foremost of men, it was thus that subjugator of hostile cities, king Nala, had fallen into distress along with his wife, in consequence, O bull of
There, O subjugator of hostile cities, is the sacred river called
And on coming there, O subjugator of foes! he soothed his son.