triumph (n):
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

Related Words: victory
triumph (n):
the exultation of victory
triumph (v):
to express great joy
Who cannot exult in Spring?
Related Words: exuberateexultjubilaterejoice
triumph (v):
dwell on with satisfaction
Related Words: crowgloat
triumph (v):
prove superior
The champion prevailed, though it was a hard fight
triumph (v):
be ecstatic with joy
Related Words: rejoice
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