triumphant

[trahy-uhm-fuhnt]
adjective
1.
having achieved victory or success; victorious; successful.
2.
exulting over victory; rejoicing over success; exultant.
3.
Archaic. triumphal ( def 1 ).
4.
Obsolete. splendid; magnificent.

Origin:
1485–95; < Latin triumphant-, stem of triumphāns, present participle of triumphāre to triumph. See triumph, -ant

triumphantly, adverb
untriumphant, adjective
untriumphantly, adverb

triumphal, triumphant.
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triumphant (traɪˈʌmfənt)
 
adj
1.  experiencing or displaying triumph
2.  exultant through triumph
3.  obsolete
 a.  magnificent
 b.  triumphal
 
tri'umphantly
 
adv

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Example sentences
The troupe distilled and energized the milieu of anomie, satirizing the lame
  old regime in a triumphant revolt.
If they had got through, it would have been a triumphant breaching of the
  blockade.
But that's not the only thing that's infused into the song's triumphant vibe.
The university, however, has sounded a similarly triumphant note.
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