The candidate who is able to execute his strategy and clearly communicate his message will triumph.
The triumph of access over ownership has changed the way we think about rights.
Friedman became the talk of the town and launched a successful franchise on the back of his triumph.
The choice is simple: we allow obesity to triumph, or we take back control.
Jay Herring, who lived on the triumph as a senior officer for Carnival, on what the passengers are facing.
The triumph of the Castle was completed by the capture of Neilson and the Sheares.
That certainly was a day of triumph for the vindictive Spaniard.
Do you think that I am one to trifle with your heart, or to use it as a plaything for me to triumph by?
Deborah kissed him in a loud, hearty way, and led him in triumph to the cottage.
I did not come here to insult you; I did not come to triumph over you.
late 14c., from Old French triumphe (12c.), from Latin triumphus "achievement, a success, procession for a victorious general or admiral," earlier triumpus, probably via Etruscan from Greek thriambos "hymn to Dionysus," a loan-word from a pre-Hellenic language. Sense of "victory, conquest" is c.1400.
late 15c.; see triumph (n.). Related: Triumphed; triumphing.