If Romney loses Ohio and its 18 electoral votes, it is very difficult to win the White House.
Today we asked, "Will Rick Santorum win any Super Tuesday state?"
If you want to see policy movement in 2016 or beyond, you should for one party or the other to win full control of government.
By electing Barack Obama, Americans have showed that you can win the presidency without appearing dumb.
No Republican has won Iowa and New Hampshire and failed to win the nomination.
He employed the time cunningly to win back Valentina's favour and confidence.
Listen to the voice that tries to win you back to innocence and truth!
"You aren't going to win all the holes," he said grudgingly, as he ran down his putt.
It was almost impossible to win their confidence, or to get information from them.
Go it, Tuvvy,” cried one, patting him on the back; “go in and win.
fusion of Old English winnan "struggle for, work at, strive, fight," and gewinnan "to gain or succeed by struggling, to win," both from Proto-Germanic *wenwanan (cf. Old Saxon winnan, Old Norse vinna, Old Frisian winna, Dutch winnen "to gain, win," Danish vinde "to win," Old High German winnan "to strive, struggle, fight," German gewinnen "to gain, win," Gothic gawinnen "to suffer, toil"). Perhaps related to wish, or from PIE *van- "overcome, conquer." Related: Won; winning.
Sense of "to be victorious" is recorded from c.1300. Breadwinner preserves the sense of "toil" in Old English winnan. Phrase you can't win them all (1954) first attested in Raymond Chandler. Winningest is attested by 1804.
Old English winn "labor, strife, conflict," from the source of win (v.). Modern sense of "a victory in a game or contest" is first attested 1862, from the verb.
(Said of people, computers, algorithms, programs) (To be) a success at a given task.
E.g. "WYSIWYG is a clear win for small documents".
"winnitude" is the quality that something which wins has. "winning" is often (ab)used as an adjective.
Synonyms: cuspy, elegant. Antonym: lose. Compare lossy, lossless.