Examples of victorious in a Sentence
They were victorious over their enemies.
Recent Examples of victorious from the Web
Following the fall of Saigon in 1975, officers like Nguyen were ordered by the victorious communist government to report to re-education camps for three months.
The defense had sought several subpoenas throughout the court saga and filed complex pretrial motion challenging police procedures, often emerging victorious and suppressing evidence.
A victorious ritual after a seventh victory in nine games.
That ended Myers’ detailing of a personal moment amid a victorious Oracle Arena.
Ms. Barra emerged victorious in a standoff two years ago against a group of investors...
When Franken first ran for Senate, emerging victorious over the incumbent Norm Coleman only after a recount, and with a razor-thin margin of 312 votes, his background as an entertainer was seen as a negative.
In the victorious locker room, Durant sat in his corner stall, ice strapped over both knees.
According to the projections, KU would play the winner of a play-in game between Idaho and Lamar in the first round, then if victorious, would meet either Wisconsin or Vanderbilt in the second round in Wichita.
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First Known Use of victorious
VICTORIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of victorious for English Language Learners
: having won a victory or having ended in a victory
VICTORIOUS Defined for Kids
Definition of victorious for Students
: having won a victory
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