vanquish

In ” A Rose for Emily” part II, paragraph 1.

Vanquish

– to overcome in battle :  subdue completely
– to defeat in a conflict or contest
– to gain mastery over (an emotion, passion, or temptation) <vanquish your fear>

Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/vanquish

Example:

They were vanquished in a battle.  Means they lost the battle.

In ” A Rose for Emily” part II, paragraph 1.

1 thought on “vanquish”

  1. Good word choice, but please review the glossary guidelines. You need to quote the context and then apply the definition to explain for your readers the context as you now understand it. You can edit your post by clicking EDIT on the line below the post’s title.

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