noun, plural con·quis·ta·dors, Spanish con·quis·ta·do·res [kawng-kees-tah-th aw-res] /kɔŋˌkis tɑˈðɔ rɛs/.
Examples from the Web for conquistador
Fortune on this occasion favoured the Conquistador in a remarkable way.
The conquistador, in fact, was generally the active partner in an enterprise which was largely commercial.South America|W. H. Koebel
He is one of the conquistador type, who first lost his way in literature.Paul Verlaine|Stefan Zweig
And now the time arrives when the star of the Conquistador is to wane and set.
He was the conquistador out of date—the gold-seeker run to seed.Pablo de Segovia, the Spanish Sharper|Francisco de Quevedo