victorious

Part of speech: adverb

Victoriously.

Part of speech: noun

Victoriousness.

Part of speech: adjective

Conquering; triumphant.

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Usage examples "victorious":

  1. Yet that is what did happen, though not till long afterwards, when the victorious English, in their turn, bent before their conquering kinsmen, the Normans. - "Stories from Le Morte D'Arthur and the Mabinogion", Beatrice Clay.
  2. " Mirambo says that for years he has been engaged in war against the neighbouring Washensi and has come out of it victorious; he says this is a great year with him; that he is going to fight the Arabs, and the Wanyamwezi of Unyanyembe, and that he shall not stop until every Arab is driven from Unyanyembe, and he rules over this country in place of Mkasiwa. - "How I Found Livingstone", Sir Henry M. Stanley.
  3. Victorious, he burst through the tower door and found the princess. - "FreeChildrenStories.com Collection", Daniel Errico.