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triumphant

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We’ve spent seven episodes waiting for this poor child to get his surgery, so it should be a triumphant moment.

Shot over a five-year period, the movie tracks her triumphant return to the comedy stage, as well as the rekindling of her relationship with her children, with whom she had lost contact 15 years before.

Shot over a period of five years, this inspirational doc tracks Julia’s triumphant comeback, the rough life on the road, and the complex process of reuniting with her children, as her comedy becomes a shared language of identity, healing, and joy.

The dynamic contrasts give these paintings, despite being touched by pain, a triumphant vitality.

As the story moves forward, those two main characters keep switching roles until the narrative turns into a cage fight where only one of them will walk out triumphant.

The Russia in which Yakunin died was one of the church triumphant.

I spoke to Ruehli on Sunday by phone and was amazed by her triumphant tone.

Now San Bernardino County authorities have announced a triumphant conclusion to their lengthy investigation into the case.

Patton is a triumphant representative of resistance in black America.

Even in their ultimate sorrow, Audra—and Billie—were triumphant.

His neck looked as powerful as a bull's, and his rather small head was poised upon it with a sort of triumphant boldness.

Upon his return to Capheaton from his triumphant battle on the hustings he had been as impassive as his traditions demanded.

The victorious Republicans hardly knew whether to sing triumphant songs or funeral dirges.

With eyes still fixed intent upon the ground,I saw but her, whose artless innocence,Triumphant took possession of this heart.

Nor could he ever forget standing there in Sergeant McGinty's office while the sergeant did a bit of triumphant gloating.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to triumphant, such as: celebratory, elated, exultant, glorious, happy, and jubilant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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