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- adj. That can be vanquished; defeatable, conquerable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be vanquished.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being vanquished; conquerable; subduable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. susceptible to being defeated
He scorns all that are so silly to _trust_  him, and only not scorns his enemy, especially if as bad as himself: he fears him as a man well armed and provided, but sets boldly on good natures, as the most vanquishable.
But prejudices of taste, likings and dislikings, are not always vanquishable by reason; so, to escape the serenade from the tree, which promised to be of considerable duration
Had I been a Papist, I should not have wished for a more vanquishable opponent in controversy.
Even though trains ran on time and files reportedly moved quicker through the labyrinthine bureaucracy, the totalitarian excesses that the Emergency brought in its wake led to the Congress party, hitherto considered to be un-vanquishable on a national scale, being decimated in the elections of 1977.
Engaging a war on drugs is as stupid as declaring war on stupidity, as if they are vanquishable objects.
Both hold that Man is naturally good and improvable, that human conflict is unnatural and vanquishable, that chaos and bloodshed around the world are primarily the fruits of some flawed policies of the West (Wilsonians) or the result of our insufficient "engagement" (neoconservatives).
And, O Bharata, she granted unto Arjuna a boon making him invincible in water, saying, 'Every amphibious creature shall, without doubt, be vanquishable by thee.'"
O Bharata, she granted unto Arjuna a boon making him invincible in water, saying, 'Every amphibious creature shall, without doubt, be vanquishable by thee.'"