triumphant


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tri·um·phant

 (trī-ŭm′fənt)
adj.
1. Exulting in success or victory.
2. Victorious; conquering.
3. Archaic Triumphal.
4. Obsolete Magnificent; splendid.

tri·um′phant·ly adv.

triumphant

(traɪˈʌmfənt)
adj
1. experiencing or displaying triumph
2. exultant through triumph
3. obsolete
a. magnificent
b. triumphal
triˈumphantly adv

tri•um•phant

(traɪˈʌm fənt)

adj.
1. having achieved victory or success; victorious; successful.
2. exulting over victory; rejoicing over success; exultant.
3. Archaic. triumphal.
[1485–95; < Latin triumphant-, s. of triumphāns, present participle of triumphāre to triumph. See triumph, -ant]
tri•um′phant•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.triumphant - joyful and proud especially because of triumph or successtriumphant - joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success; "rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ Day"; "a triumphal success"; "a triumphant shout"
elated - exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits; "the elated winner"; "felt elated and excited"
2.triumphant - experiencing triumphtriumphant - experiencing triumph      
undefeated - victorious; "undefeated in battle"; "an undefeated team"

triumphant

triumphant

adjective
1. Feeling or expressing an uplifting joy over a success or victory:
2. Relating to, having the nature of, or experiencing triumph:
Translations
مُنْتَصِر
vítěznývítězoslavný
voitonriemuinen
diadalmaskodó
sigrihrósandi
zmagoslaven
büyük başarı kazanmışgalip

triumphant

[traɪˈʌmfənt] ADJ (= jubilant) → jubiloso, triunfante; (= victorious) → victorioso, vencedor

triumphant

[traɪˈʌmfənt] adj [voice, expression, smile, person, army, team, return, success] → triomphant(e)

triumphant

adj (= victorious)siegreich; (= rejoicing)triumphierend; momenttriumphal; to be triumphant (over something)triumphieren (→ über etw acc); to emerge triumphanttriumphieren; to be or prove a triumphant successein triumphaler Erfolg sein; he was triumphant in his successer jubelte triumphierend or triumphierte über seinen Erfolg; in our triumphant hourin unserer Stunde des Triumphs

triumphant

[traɪˈʌmfənt] adj (jubilant) → trionfante; (homecoming) → trionfale; (victorious) → vittorioso/a

triumph

(ˈtraiamf) noun
1. a great victory or success. The battle ended in a triumph for the Romans.
2. a state of happiness, celebration, pride etc after a success. They went home in triumph.
verb
to win a victory. The Romans triumphed (over their enemies).
triˈumphal adjective
having to do with (a) triumph. a triumphal battle.
triˈumphant adjective
(glad and excited because of) having won a victory, achieved something difficult etc. He gave a triumphant shout.
triˈumphantly adverb
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Each instrument- now resembling a violin and now a horn, but better and clearer than violin or horn- played its own part, and before it had finished the melody merged with another instrument that began almost the same air, and then with a third and a fourth; and they all blended into one and again became separate and again blended, now into solemn church music, now into something dazzlingly brilliant and triumphant.
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He died, not simply with a tranquil, but with a triumphant conscience, and he was quite right, too.
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her message to her lover with its splendid triumphant note of faith foretelling their reunion at the last -- in fine, the story of their love with the grave between them -- is due to the genius of Po Chu-i.
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After this short introduction, the reader will be pleased to remember, that the parson had concluded his speech with a triumphant question, to which he had apprehended no answer; viz.
He could only think of her as triumphant, successful in her menace of a wholly useless remorse never to be effaced.