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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Relating to or celebrating a victory adj. - Joyful and proud especially because of success.

Usage examples (35)
  • A triumphal procession
  • From Egypt, Roosevelt crossed to Naples, and then began what must be described as a triumphal progress through Central and Western Europe.
  • Yesterday, people waved palm branches to recall the triumphal entry of a different kind of King, into an adoring crowd that will soon turn on him.
  • The bells were rung, and a hideous object of brushwood and bunting, that looked like the work of a bower-bird, was erected in the road, and called a triumphal arch. for more
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