Definition of 'victorious'
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It has been a season in which he has been on the victorious side just three times. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It did not need a little victorious war. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But she had done so because she had emerged victorious from her wars and not because she had sought them. The Search for Justice - a history of Britain and the British people Volume III (1990)We're going to study the subject of victorious prayer under three headings. Christianity Today (2000)All of the anecdotes told by the stars of that victorious side revolve around Clough. The Sun (2015)The Swans have won just once in six league games at home but have been victorious three times away. The Sun (2013)The victorious team in each heat is the one with the most remaining conkers, once each of the pairings has a result. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With the loss of Britain's oil would also go any chance she had of emerging victorious from the war. THE HITLER-HESS DECEPTION (2003)We began to get a little impatient with our victorious England cricket team a little before the home Ashes series of last year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: victorious ADJECTIVE
You use victorious to describe someone who has won a victory in a struggle, war, or competition.
He played for the victorious team in the last World Cup.
Definition of victorious from the Collins English Dictionary
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