triumphant

[ trahy-uhm-fuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF triumphant

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Aspasia remained in Athens, triumphant over the laws of religion and morality.

And Avice Milbrey was to marry Shepler, the triumphant money-king.

A moment and she had buckled it into place with a triumphant cluck.

I look with confidence to her malady as my triumphant vindication.

I call on you, dear Alicia, for congratulations: I am my own self, gay and triumphant!

Then her face upon her daughter's turned malevolent, triumphant, and cruel.

Finally I stood up, triumphant, without any hair-pins and without any sausages.

The blanket lay at her feet, she was triumphant, she had a superb, glowing face.

Thus it had come to pass, that Tellson's was the triumphant perfection of inconvenience.

Triumphant as you are over my heart, dear enchanting Olivia!

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