Triumph - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈtraɪʌmf|  American pronunciation of the word triumph
Brit.  |ˈtraɪʌmf|  British pronunciation of the word triumph


- a successful ending of a struggle or contest (syn: victory)
the agreement was a triumph for common sense
- the exultation of victory


- prove superior (syn: prevail)
- be ecstatic with joy (syn: rejoice, wallow)
- dwell on with satisfaction (syn: crow, gloat)
- to express great joy (syn: exuberate, exult, jubilate, rejoice)

Extra examples

They earned a magnificent triumph over the invading army.

They celebrated their triumph with a parade through the steets of the city.

They were able to achieve an important triumph against their chief rivals.

Quitting smoking was a personal triumph for her.

The party was a triumph.

The bridge is an engineering triumph.

They had a feeling of triumph after finishing the project.

They stood atop the mountain in triumph.

Winning the championship is a great personal triumph.

He rode in triumph to the Tsar.

The gallery is a triumph of design.

In the end, good shall triumph over evil.

...if good people stand by and do nothing, evildoers will triumph...

...the triumph of modern medicine in extirpating certain diseases...

He's always crowing about his latest triumph.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: triumph
he/she/it: triumphs
present participle: triumphing
past tense: triumphed
past participle: triumphed
singular: triumph
plural: triumphs
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