Control and Conquer


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Control verb – To exercise authority or power over.
Usage example: circumstances often control the choices we make in life

Conquer and control are semantically related In some cases you can use "Conquer" instead a verb "Control".
Nearby Words: controlled, controlling, controller, controllable
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Conquer verb – To put down by force or authority.
Usage example: conquer one's desires

Control and conquer are semantically related in defeat topic. Sometimes you can use "Control" instead a verb "Conquer", if it concerns topics such as overcome.
Nearby Words: conquest, conquered, conqueror, conquering
Synonyms for Conquer

Common collocations

mind control mind conquer mind
power control power conquer power
life control life conquer life
people control people conquer people
Other nouns: area, army, time, way, earth, world, planet, anyone, everyone, humans, demons.
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