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- adv. in a victorious manner; as part of a victory
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a victorious manner; with defeat of an enemy or antagonist; triumphantly.
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- adv. in a victorious manner
Through dark the time in, which we live, let us hope by uniting our efforts and centering our activities around the land with unfailing heads, hearts and hands, this Canada of ours will soon emerge victoriously from the waves of depression.
And that Moncada of the old ideas, of old selfish sentiments, of old habits of thinking and ways of viewing everything, and of resolving problems has not yet been completely taken. (applause) There is a vanguard which is breaking through victoriously, which is taking the first redoubts and which is advancing unceasingly along that path, and that vanguard consists, without any doubts of any kind, of our youth. (applause)
The only misfortune was that when Tricotrin called victoriously upon
It ended in May of 2003, when George W. Bush stood below a "Mission Accomplished" sign aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln and correctly declared that we had "victoriously" defeated the Iraqi army and overthrown their government. '
President Suleiman's speech began with how Lebanon 'victoriously' extracted UN resolution
Accomplished "sign aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln and correctly declared that we had" victoriously "defeated the Iraqi army and overthrown their government.
The one that department officials appeared to flaunt around victoriously, "takfirism," deriving from the Arabic word "takfir," which refers to apostasy in Islam, continued to affirmatively support what the U.S. media and public and even government officials had already suggested: an understanding of "terrorism" in Arab or Muslim terms.
As she runs offstage victoriously, Gretchen lays hands on Michael and Andy -- not hugging them, exactly, but kind of high-fiving their sternums.
On July 15, 1099, this willfully chosen campaign ended victoriously when the crusaders conquered Jerusalem.
So we grabbed them in our gloved hands and walked out victoriously holding our chickens sort of in outstretched arms not wanting to feel too close to them.
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