1. someone who overcomes and establishes ascendancy and control by force or persuasion
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How To Use overcomer In A Sentence

  • You need to find a Christian counselor to talk with on a regular basis. With their help and God's help, you can quit being a victim and become an overcomer.
  • Disgusted, the “overcomer” me called the other me a “wimp” and I armed myself with a dozen #2 pencils and plenty of good erasers. My Resolution
  • An attempt to escape reality (her home and life are very gloomy now) and retreat into this mystical meditative "place", instead of believing God and His concrete Word will help you to face reality, as an overcomer. The Better Part
  • I think that when you go through things like this, you have to be an overcomer, you know. CNN Transcript Oct 11, 2009
  • Now I am one big challenge-overcomer, people, and I have a whole host of things I could discuss. When Personal Life Interferes
  • In fact, these "unstudied" overcomers would appear to be the most successful ex-homosexuals because they've moved on with their lives - as "reborn" Christians move on after overcoming any besetting sin. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Helen Adams Keller was an overcomer, I think we can agree on that. Dr. Susan Corso: Daring to Adventure
  • Chapters in the book detail and define the role of the "overcomer" in what Wright describes as the "world of compromise" we live in today. MMD Newswire: Press Release News Wire
  • Promises are made only to the "overcomer," and to those who shall "endure unto the end. Commentary on Revelation
  • On campus, where I went to Bible school, the word 'overcomer' was used a lot, but nobody talked about what it really meant," he says. MMD Newswire: Press Release News Wire
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