The triumphant Jews possessed only a one-day supply of consecrated oil.
Instead, he was part of a triumphant, storming crowd, come to hold accountable those they had long feared.
Officially, the war was over—President George W. Bush had already made his triumphant speech announcing Mission Accomplished.
McCullough tells the story as a triumphant human tale, about individuals.
Possibly as triumphant as ending World War II with a bomb made from plutonium developed here.
"Yes, it was a pistol," he said, with a triumphant look in my direction.
She revelled in all the evil ironies of triumphant adultery.
There was a triumphant smile on the renegade's saturnine face.
His progress towards London was a triumphant one with his sons.
With another thrill, triumphant this time, I recognized my chance.