View synonyms for triumphantly


[ trahy-uhm-fuhnt-lee ]


  1. in a way that symbolizes victory or success:

    Francis Scott Key was inspired by the sight of the large American flag flying triumphantly above the fort.

    As she finishes, the music soars triumphantly then crunches onto what must be one of the most dramatically telling discords in the history of music.

  2. in a way that shows rejoicing or exultation over a victory or success:

    On Thursday the founder of the biotech company triumphantly announced production of 70 million doses of the antimalarial compound.

    He turned and ran towards the jubilant fans, leaping triumphantly into the air.

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This year has been full of crazy ups and downs for us all, but if Tobe and his family have proven anything — it’s that being thankful is a triumphant testimony all its own.

Airbnb’s soaring stock market debut comes at the tail end of a year that has been both disastrous and triumphant for the short-term-rental company.

In a triumphant appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program Thursday night, however, Giuliani announced that all of that had changed.

Still, Mankiewicz is, if not the triumphant hero of Mank, at least a kind of tragic hero, for reasons tied to its story arc.

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Technologically, however, the triumphant splashdown of SpaceX’s astronaut-carrying Dragon capsule earlier this year shows they have the chops to make commercial space travel work.

They declared triumphantly they would bulldoze other Western-imposed borders as well.

This is why capitalism, he concludes triumphantly, is “no rip-off.”

(Film can go there triumphantly…) Writing chases after the senses and conveys them in an altered form.

This picture was posted on his Facebook page and it shows him triumphantly holding a big sailfish fish he has just caught.

If they turn into 4's, then the program's supporters will triumphantly point to them as evidence that the loans worked.

"Farmer Green's cat was washing her face on the doorsteps," Sandy explained triumphantly.

"I've got one-fraction of an inch play, at any rate," said the garboard-strake, triumphantly.

Dorothy found the blanket in the barn and also triumphantly asserted that there was a lot of "real nice hay" in one part of it.

His former reputation for gentleness and moderation was injured; and scoffers cried triumphantly: "See, even he also!"

Lucy snatched up the little bundle of lace and embroideries, and exhibited him triumphantly.