Definition of victorious in English:

victorious

Syllabification: vic·to·ri·ous
Pronunciation: /vikˈtôrēəs
 
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adjective

1Having won a victory; triumphant: a victorious army the team defied the odds and emerged victorious
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  • You are victorious, you are triumphant, that is how it should be, and that is how it will be.
  • And then he put the tiny cellular phone back in his pocket and jumped in triumph, like a victorious athlete.
  • Named player of the championship, he was one of the victorious Army team that won the championship.
Synonyms
triumphant, conquering, vanquishing, winning, champion, successful, top, first
1.1Of or characterized by victory: he’d participated in the victorious campaigns of the Franco-Prussian War
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  • Last season Makelele missed only two games in Chelsea's victorious Premiership campaign.
  • The England rugby union team sported skin tight shirts during their victorious World Cup campaign.
  • The Saxon title was offered to a duke in Saxony called Maurice and the title would be his at the end of a victorious campaign.

Origin

late Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French victorious, from Latin victoriosus, from victoria (see victory).

Derivatives

victoriously

adverb
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  • ‘This organization is a sub-branch and you will have to get the chop of the Mother Organization,’ she victoriously blasted.
  • With a handful of brave followers, trickery and courageous leadership, she fought one of the largest armies in the Queen's empire and triumphed victoriously.
  • A few minutes later, the stewardess stood up victoriously and exclaimed ‘Found it!’

victoriousness

noun
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  • The impact of victoriousness tremors magnanimously to stir the linens of reality and the visual records thereof.
  • The expressions for the victoriousness, during the time of the final preparation for the jubilee, were solidarity and austerity.
  • Heiligendamm takes its name - ‘holy dam’ - from parables which seek to mark the victoriousness of Christianity and, it might be added, do so as the theological rendition of borders, specifically the borders of a Western, Christian Europe.

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