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triumphal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtriumphaltri‧um‧phal /traɪˈʌmfəl/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 CELEBRATEWINdone or made to celebrate a victory 🔊 a triumphal procession 🔊 a triumphal arch
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triumphalWhen we observed the centennial of these events 50 years ago, the tone of the public celebrations was triumphal.It was built as a triumphal arch for King Matthias in 1614.Entering the village was like passing under an invisible triumphal arch, quite splendid.Poets wrote triumphal odes for victors at all these games, conferring immortality on them.The trio was given a triumphal parade up Broadway, followed by a reception at city hall.The general was given a triumphal parade up Broadway.On that day, Mobutu made a triumphal return from four months of convalescence abroad after prostate cancer surgery.
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