unconquered

[ UK /ʌnkˈɒnkəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not conquered
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How To Use unconquered In A Sentence

  • Her feet, however, are still clad in her disposable hospital slippers, a last holdout of unconquered territory. THE SAVAGE GIRL
  • If a mountaineer plans to climb several unconquered peaks, he is ambitious.
  • While Europe has embraced Veirs's distinctive alt-folk songwriting and her clear, breathy, intimate voice, her homeland remains largely unconquered.
  • In 1911, the Matterhorn's last remaining unconquered ridge, the Furggen, was summitted.
  • More than sixty years later and despite vaunted, and controversial, attempts to make this region bloom, it remains largely unconquered by agriculture.
  • At the same time, European missionaries and technicians were invited to the kingdom as the guests of a powerful and unconquered African head of state.
  • Their factuality is historical, even where it is still that of brute, unconquered nature.
  • The unconquered Hercules himself, since you despise my instances as drawn from mere mendicancy, Hercules that roamed the whole world, exterminated monsters, and conquered races, god though he was, had but a skin for raiment and a staff for company in the days when he wandered through the earth. The Defense
  • Her feet, however, are still clad in her disposable hospital slippers, a last holdout of unconquered territory. THE SAVAGE GIRL
  • A gossip that could defy the very elements of mathematical reasoning behind an expression left unconquered by the masses in question.
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