Synonyms for victor
- conquering hero
- gold medalist
- title holder
- top dog
Antonyms for victor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VICTOR
When the farm is conquered, the victor is usually vanquished.
And nobody saw him, for everybody was cheering and watching the victor.
I should be proud if the father of the victor would drink from my bottle.
The moment had been long enough for Dick to recognize Victor Woodville.
Now, tell me, Victor, how did you happen to be with Slade on that raid?
He was sure that Victor was now with Bragg and they might meet face to face again.
Death after all was victor, for the man that had saved them had not been able to save himself.
Victor Hugo finished his speech in the midst of applause and cheers.
The play was to be read to the artistes at Victor Hugo's, December 6,1871, at two o'clock.
Victor Hugo had just crossed the road, and was about to walk on.
mid-14c., from Latin victorem (nominative victor) "a conqueror," agent noun from past participle stem of vincere "to conquer," from PIE root *weik- "to fight, conquer" (cf. Lithuanian apveikiu "to subdue, overcome," Old Church Slavonic veku "strength, power, age," Old Norse vigr "able in battle," Old English wigan "fight," Welsh gwych "brave, energetic," Old Irish fichim "I fight," second element in Celtic Ordovices "those who fight with hammers").