noun, plural vic·tri·ces [vik-truh-seez] /ˈvɪk trəˌsiz/.
- victory of samothrace,
- victory roll,
- victory ship,
Origin of victrix
Examples from the Web for victrix
The complement of the Victrix had been three hundred, and she'd been a big ship.
Alluding to the famous line:—'Victrix caussa deis placuit, sed uicta Catoni'; Pharsalia, i. 128.Chaucer's Works, Volume 2 (of 7)|Geoffrey Chaucer
In the screen, he had seen a fat round-nosed thing come up from the Victrix, curving far out ahead of the passing Enterprise.
Who tipped Dunnan off that the Victrix would be on Audhumla?
Four fifteen-hundred-footers, same class as the Victrix, and two thousand-footers.