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1winning

noun

Definition of WINNING

1
:  the act of one that wins :  victory
2
:  something won: as
a :  a captured territory :  conquest
b :  money won by success in a game or competition —usually used in plural
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First Known Use of WINNING

14th century

Rhymes with WINNING

2winning

adjective

: relating to or producing a win

: successful at something

: pleasing or attractive to other people

Full Definition of WINNING

1
a :  of or relating to winning :  that wins <the winning ticket>
b :  successful especially in competition <a winning team>
2
:  tending to please or delight <a winning personality>
win·ning·ly \-niŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of WINNING

  1. She scored the winning goal.
  2. They were a winning marketing team.
  3. Chocolate and mint is a winning combination.

First Known Use of WINNING

15th century
WINNINGLY Defined for Kids

1winning

noun win·ning \ˈwi-niŋ\

Definition of WINNING for Kids

1
:  the act of a person or people who win
2
:  something won especially in gambling —often used in pl.

2winning

adjective

Definition of WINNING for Kids

1
:  being someone or something that wins, has won, or wins often <a winning candidate> <a winning ticket>
2
:  tending to please or delight <a winning smile>

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