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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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  • 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.

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  • Invictus (which means "unconquered") takes place at the intersection of sports and politics.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Academy Award, has a Latin name means "unconquered".

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