The triumph of Pitman was a triumph of business organization: there was a weekly paper to persuade you to learn Pitman: there were cheap textbooks and exercise books and transcripts of speeches for you to copy, and schools where experienced teachers coached you up to the necessary proficiency.
The Empire being in abeyance, it was not difficult to transform the prefect into a papal officer, but a greater triumph was the nomination of the senator, for it carried the ultimate control over the municipality, and thus undermined the power of the Commune, which had paralysed the papal influence in Rome for nearly sixty years.
The Task Force’s other best-known triumph had been the conviction and jailing of “Kyrie.”
However, the interest was general, and this Saturday's debut in the forum, whatever it may have been to Bathsheba as the buying and selling farmer, was unquestionably a triumph to her as the maiden.
This was a triumph; and had it come naturally, such a triumph would have been the sweeter to her for this piquing delay.
These early triumphs, usually forgotten quickly, are yet a natural basis of self-confidence.
The great horticulturist told me that his first notable triumph was the large potato, now known by his name.
No other prize I seek to gain, No triumph, glory, or success, Only the long-lost happiness, The memory whereof is pain.
His greatest triumph was the Abyssinian war.
Triumph is such joy as results from victory, success, achievement.