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conquest (s) (noun), conquests (pl)
1. The control of a place or people by the force of war: The conquest of the large city was accomplished with a great loss of life on both sides.
2. Something that has been acquired through force of arms; such as, land, people, or goods: There are some who believe that property acquired by conquest is legitimate despite the fact that others were living there before and had legal rights to the territory.
3. A person whose love, affection, or admiration has been won, often through strength of character or seduction; and sometimes, perhaps against the other person’s will: Priscilla was the latest conquest of Pierre whose goal was to get ten women to fall in love with him before the end of the year.