Thwack is a related term of conquer.
As verbs the difference between thwack and conquer
is that thwack
is to whack or hit with a flat implement while conquer
is to defeat in combat; to subjugate.
As a noun thwack
is the act of thwacking; a strike or blow, especially with a flat implement.
The act of thwacking; a strike or blow, especially with a flat implement.
A heavy slapping sound.
To whack or hit with a flat implement.
* Washington Irving
To fill to overflow.
- a distant thwacking sound
To defeat in combat; to subjugate.
* (Alexander Pope) (1688-1744)
To overcome an abstract obstacle.
- We conquered France, but felt our captive's charms.
* (John Milton) (1608-1674)
- By winning words to conquer hearts, / And make persuasion do the work of fear.
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To gain, win, or obtain by effort.
To acquire by force of arms, win in war.