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
References in classic literature ?
I didn't know you'd come, sir," he began, as Jo gave him a triumphant little glance.
That hour always had the exultation of victory, of triumphant ending, like a hero's death--heroes who died young and gloriously.
When they turned to retrace their steps Brantain's face was radiant and hers was triumphant.
When the triumphant shout of Uncas was borne to his ears, the gratified father raised his voice in a single responsive cry, after which his busy piece alone proved that he still guarded his pass with unwearied diligence.
The carpenter was standing erect in front of Alice's chair, and pointing his finger towards the maiden with an expression of triumphant power, the limits of which could not be defined, as, indeed, its scope stretched vaguely towards the unseen and the infinite.
He had slain men with his own hand, for aught I know -- certainly, they had fallen like blades of grass at the sweep of the scythe before the charge to which his spirit imparted its triumphant energy -- but, be that as it might, there was never in his heart so much cruelty as would have brushed the down off a butterfly's wing.
More and more she leans over to the whale, while every gasping heave of the windlass is answered by a helping heave from the billows; till at last, a swift, startling snap is heard; with a great swash the ship rolls upwards and backwards from the whale, and the triumphant tackle rises into sight dragging after it the disengaged semicircular end of the first strip of blubber.
They were of the triumphant and insolent possessors; they had a hall, and a fire, and food and clothing and money, and so they might preach to hungry men, and the hungry men must be humble and listen
said Andy, with a triumphant flourish, and making a string of indescribable mouths at the unfortunate trader's back, when he was fairly beyond hearing.
Tradition says she spent the last two years of her life in the strange den I have been speaking of, after having indulged herself in one final, triumphant, and satisfying spree.
Old Hundred swelled up with a triumphant burst, and while it shook the rafters Tom Sawyer the Pirate looked around upon the envying juveniles about him and confessed in his heart that this was the proudest moment of his life.
In a few minutes the poetess looked up, flushed and triumphant.