Another word for victory
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These nouns denote winning a war, struggle, or competition. Victory refers especially to the final defeat of an enemy or opponent: “Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be” (Winston S. Churchill). Conquest connotes subduing, subjugating, or achieving control over: “Conquest of illiteracy comes first” (John Kenneth Galbraith). Triumph denotes a victory or success that is especially noteworthy because it is decisive, significant, or spectacular: preaching the eventual triumph of good over evil.