triumphantly


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.triumphantly - in a triumphant mannertriumphantly - in a triumphant manner; "she shouted triumphantly"
Translations
بانْتِصار
vítězně
diadalmasangyõz elmesen
sigrihósandi, meî fagnaîarlátum
zmagoslavno
zaferle

triumphantly

[traɪˈʌmfəntlɪ] ADVtriunfalmente, de modo triunfal
he said triumphantlydijo en tono triunfal

triumphantly

[traɪˈʌmfəntli] advtriomphalement

triumphantly

advtriumphierend; it was a triumphantly successful expeditiondie Expedition war ein triumphaler Erfolg

triumphantly

[traɪˈʌmfəntlɪ] adv (march, carry) → in trionfo; (announce) → con tono trionfante

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 ?
When he came again to the stream, the Ass fell down on purpose in the same spot, and, regaining his feet with the weight of his load much diminished, brayed triumphantly as if he had obtained what he desired.
The hard-headed man looked triumphantly round, as if he had been very much contradicted by somebody, but had got the better of him at last.
How then," the Slander asked, triumphantly, "have you overtaken me?
Koner, triumphantly demonstrated the feasibility of the journey, its chances of success, the nature of the obstacles existing, the immense advantages of the aerial mode of locomotion, and found fault with nothing but the selected point of departure, which it contended should be Massowah, a small port in Abyssinia, whence James Bruce, in 1768, started upon his explorations in search of the sources of the Nile.
His death, dieth the consummating one triumphantly, surrounded by hoping and promising ones.
Cutter would come home at noon, find the mutilated journal in the paper-rack, and triumphantly fit the clipping into the space from which it had been cut.
And why are you so firmly, so triumphantly, convinced that only the normal and the positive--in other words, only what is conducive to welfare--is for the advantage of man?
The heritage of a kingly mind, And a proud spirit which hath striven Triumphantly with human kind.
He flourished back and got his cup and set it down triumphantly, and said:
I told you, but you would not believe it," she said triumphantly.
The minutes of the second meeting were destined triumphantly to answer such questions.
Nothing indeed could have happened so very inopportune as this accident; the most wanton malice of fortune could not have contrived such another stratagem to confound the poor fellow, while he was so triumphantly descanting on the good morals inculcated by his exhibitions.