Word of 25th July 2007: A Word A Day-Victorious
( Adjective )
being the winner in a contest or struggle
characteristic of or expressing a sense of victory or fulfillment
relating to, having the nature of, or experiencing triumph
The victorious army was given a red-carpet reception by the Government.
The victorious atmosphere was spoiled by the sudden death of the college principal.
Victor - Noun - Winner, winning side in a contest
Victory - Noun - a contest won, success against an opponent
Victoriously - Adverb - with the touch of victory
Victoryless - Adjective - without victory
Victoryship - Noun - A successor to the liberty ship
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