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  • adv. In a triumphant manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a triumphant manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a triumphant manner; in the manner of a victor; with the joy or exultation that proceeds from victory; victoriously: often implying insolent triumph.
  • Festively; rejoicingly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a triumphant manner

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Examples

  • We are the best of the best, McIlwain triumphantly stated as he began his speech.

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  • But however you read The Fall of Troyas a love story and mystery told in Homeric style, or as a deeper meditation on the relationship between reality and imaginationAckroyd the novelist re-emerges triumphantly from the mud of his excavations.

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  • “Belote again!” someone called triumphantly from the right.

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  • Pearl now brought him in triumphantly and introduced him to Mrs. Perkins and Martha.

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  • Asahel jumped in triumphantly, and again slowly clearing the rocks the little boat took the tide and the impulse of a strong arm at once, and shot off down the stream.

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  • "justify" was intended to express precisely the opposite of "holding guilty"; and consequently (as Calvin triumphantly argues) that it means

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  • "Now," she called triumphantly, "let your policeman telephone for the Sheriff and a posse!

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  • But, say, "he called triumphantly a moment later, as he stooped and picked up a small object from the floor," they will find out if you don't hide these 'ere pep'mints! "

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  • She was on her feet calling triumphantly to the other patrons.

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  • Isabelle Ray-Belle she was called triumphantly -- whose dimpled cheeks flushed scarlet for almost any cause, some said for very coquetry.

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  • "I punched him in the stomach three times," said Tom triumphantly.

    October 20, 2007