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triumphantly

[ trahy-uhm-fuhnt-lee ]
/ traɪˈʌm fənt li /
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adverb
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.
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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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
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Origin of triumphantly

OTHER WORDS FROM triumphantly

un·tri·um·phant·ly, adverb
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