What goes unmentioned in these tall tales of “Vladimir the vanquisher of the Oligarchs” is what happened to the rest of them.
She vowed to sacrifice her hair to the gods if her husband returned home the vanquisher of Asia.
"You are seven times worse than I," said he to his vanquisher.
That Gaul did not march in brilliant array, with audacious mien and with smiles for his vanquisher.
The victor was always to be vanquished, the vanquisher was always to be victor.
As the vanquisher of chaos, Marduk is naturally singled out to be the establisher of the fixed form and order of the universe.
But when the vanquisher doesn't come, it's necessary for her to do something.
Now let them stand forth and give out the prize of victory which the vanquished shall pay to the vanquisher.
Then he realized that gold is not always the vanquisher of every obstacle.
So it was that the vanquisher of the Parliament Maupeou presently went to London in the capacity of secret agent of the king.
early 14c., from Old French venquis (past tense), and vencus (p.p.), from veintre "defeat," from Latin vincere "defeat" (see victor). Influenced in Middle English by Middle French vainquiss-, present stem of vainquir "conquer," from Old French vainkir, alteration of veintre. Related: Vanquished; vanquishing.