Definition of victorious in English:


Line breaks: vic¦tori|ous
Pronunciation: /vɪkˈtɔːrɪəs


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.
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.


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



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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!’


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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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