An act of defeating an enemy or opponent in a battle, game, or other competition
The flagship of Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar, launched in 1765. It has been restored, and is now on display in dry dock at Portsmouth
after a season of tough losses, this year's opening-game victory was extra sweet
A celebratory circuit of a sports field, track, or court by the person or team that has won a contest
A defeat that can be interpreted as a victory on moral terms, for example because the defeated party defended their principles
A win by a neck.
A bond issued by a government during or immediately after a major war
A roll performed by an aircraft as a sign of triumph, typically after a successful mission
A signal of triumph or celebration made by holding up the hand with the palm outward and the first two fingers spread apart to represent the letter V
= points win.
A vegetable garden, especially a home garden, planted to increase food production during a war
A winged statue of Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, especially the Nike of Samothrace (circa 200 bc) preserved in the Louvre in Paris
(The name for) a victory said to have been gained by an army of Britons over the Saxons and Picts in 429.
Relating to or consisting of an alleluia.