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victoriously

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If Warnock and Ossoff are both victorious, it will be just the second time in nearly three decades that two Democrats represent Georgia in the Senate.

It would have been impossible to emerge victorious in this battle without his constant support.

An alternate playable story line provided a “what if” scenario, with a different ending that saw Sauron’s forces victorious.

The Pittsburgh Steelers were victorious on a Wednesday, just as they’d been victorious on other days of the week this season.

If the Lakers are victorious, they will rank second in the same category.

He says if we were sweeping on victoriously he would take them on but that, as things are, it would not be fair to them to do so.

Lee's army is sweeping victoriously through Maryland; Harper's Ferry taken with ten thousand prisoners.

And then the six men departed also; and after much careful scouting, we rode victoriously over the kopje.

Destroying the foe, they victoriously got through Heaven and Earth and the waters; they have made wide room for their dwelling.

Under these conditions the Tennessee Shad proceeded victoriously.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to victoriously, such as: profitably, strongly, well, auspiciously, flourishingly, and fortuitously.

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

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