victoriously

[ vik-tawr-ee-uh s, -tohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF victoriously
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VICTORIOUSLY

She was wild with joy when the war was victoriously concluded.

He displayed it victoriously to Lily, passed it over her face, reveled in his revenge.

He had taken its armor upon him, and he had borne it victoriously.

In our present day, "to bear the palm" means to come off victoriously.

Victoriously she coiled one arm round his neck and kissed him on the mouth.

"You see," she said victoriously to Mr. Prohack, who secretly trembled.

The result, however, victoriously surmounts all difficulties without evading one.

Young Germany had fought with unexampled ardour, and the hateful Napoleonic yoke was victoriously cast off.

She was so supremely fitted to play a triumphant part in the world outside there, so gay of heart, so victoriously vital.

In her immorality he wanted to find the weapon with which he might victoriously meet her in case she should attack him.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Late Latin victoriosus "having many victories," from victoria (see victory). Related: Victoriously; victoriousness.

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