Associations to the word «Triumph»
TRIUMPH, noun. A conclusive success following an effort, conflict, or confrontation of obstacles; victory; conquest.
TRIUMPH, noun. A magnificent and imposing ceremonial performed in honor of a victor.
TRIUMPH, noun. (obsolete) Any triumphal procession; a pompous exhibition; a stately show or pageant.
TRIUMPH, noun. A state of joy or exultation at success.
TRIUMPH, noun. (obsolete) A trump card.
TRIUMPH, noun. A card game, also called trump.
TRIUMPH, noun. (historical) (Ancient Rome) a ceremony held to publicly celebrate and sanctify the military achievement of an army commander.
TRIUMPH, noun. A work of art, cuisine, etc. of very high quality.
TRIUMPH, verb. To celebrate victory with pomp; to rejoice over success; to exult in an advantage gained; to exhibit exultation.
TRIUMPH, verb. To prevail over rivals, challenges, or difficulties.
TRIUMPH, verb. To succeed, win, or attain ascendancy.
TRIUMPH, verb. To be prosperous; to flourish.
TRIUMPH, verb. To play a trump in a card game.
TRIUMPH, noun. A successful ending of a struggle or contest; "a narrow victory"; "the general always gets credit for his army's victory"; "clinched a victory"; "convincing victory"; "the agreement was a triumph for common sense".
TRIUMPH, noun. The exultation of victory.
TRIUMPH, verb. Prove superior; "The champion prevailed, though it was a hard fight".
TRIUMPH, verb. Be ecstatic with joy.
TRIUMPH, verb. Dwell on with satisfaction.
TRIUMPH, verb. To express great joy; "Who cannot exult in Spring?".
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