He triumphed because he had the moral imagination to envisage a relationship beyond confrontation and war.
Genyfer Spark, a California entrepreneur, describes how she triumphed over her searing past.
It almost seemed, for one brief and shining moment, that Monica Lewinsky had triumphed over her past.
With resiliency and grace, the Gores triumphed over such setbacks with extraordinary accomplishment.
It had triumphed since its twin premieres in Leningrad and Moscow in 1934.
The fight was long and desperate; but the Americans triumphed and defeated Riall and the veterans of Wellington.
During the eight years that followed he triumphed, but he also faltered.
The individual and the present have triumphed over the ideal and the past.
"Oh, you ought to have seen Wilbour with Mrs. Boulger," Leila triumphed.
But if Rabbetna triumphed, if the zaimph were restored and Carthage delivered, what mattered a woman's life?
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.