Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of triumph.

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Examples

  • Mr. Baldwin triumphed over financial struggles and the thorny aspects of being a sensitive person living among a crowd of debonair friends and clients.

    A Real American Hero

  • DNA Electronics, a spin-out of Imperial College London, triumphed from a shortlist of five other finalists to be named winner by an independent panel of judges in recognition of its innovative technology and intellectual property strategy.

    Press Releases

  • DNA Electronics, a spinout of Imperial College London, triumphed from a shortlist of five other finalists to be named winner by an independent panel of judges in recognition of its innovative technology and intellectual property strategy.

    Aktuellste Pressemeldungen der PresseBox

  • Then you had films like Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the 13th, where the villain triumphed; that wasn’t supposed to happen, either.

    A Christmas Clarification

  • When she wins a state that she was heavily expected to win, she 'triumphed' over Obama and it was a huge win.

    Clinton faces uphill battle in North Carolina

  • I don't know what history books Rummy is reading but the fact is the United States has never "triumphed" in a war that was unpopular at home -- Remember Vietnam?

    Joseph A. Palermo: Promising Signs As Obama's Cabinet Shapes Up

  • Democracy will not have "triumphed" until its lessons can be applied-with imagination and realism-in that crucial process of construction.

    Limits Of Democracy

  • Despite that, the one place where he and FDR truly "triumphed" was in enlisting the support of leading writers and intellectuals for government planning and intervention.

    Five Myths About the Great Depression

  • The irony is that the free market economy 'triumphed' over the planned economy of socialism because, among other things, of its superior capacity for innovation and learning.

    CONTENTS

  • According to the show, at the Saatchi Gallery in London -- its first part is now held over until July 3, with the second part due to open just two days later and lasting into the fall -- contemporary painting has apparently "triumphed" by getting as raucous, grotesque and billboard-sized as the video-installation art it supposedly struggles against.

    Summer Art Gets Serious

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