[ US /ˈvɪktɝi, ˈvɪktɹi/ ]
[ UK /vˈɪktəɹˌi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a successful ending of a struggle or contest
    the agreement was a triumph for common sense
    a narrow victory
    the general always gets credit for his army's victory
    convincing victory
    clinched a victory
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How To Use victory In A Sentence

  • Anything less than a convincing victory by Graham Taylor's team will undermine their chances of qualifying from Group 2.
  • A few uncounted votes or a few thousand voters turned away can be the difference between a national victory or not.
  • However, on the day, they showed such determination and resolution that nothing could stand between them and victory.
  • Watching replays of her victory run induced nervousness. Times, Sunday Times
  • An encouraging aspect was that each of the three new caps in the squad contributed to the victory.
  • He came 20th, causing him great disappointment as his objective was no less than outright victory.
  • Andrea Pirlo scores from distance in AC Milan's 1-0 victory over Parma: Video: Pirlo's goal for AC Milan at Parma
  • Electoral victory is just a distant mirage.
  • This victory provided a fitting finale to a brilliant season for the club.
  • One more toast on this great and glorious day of victory. Man of Honour
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