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victor hugo
[UK: viktər]
victoria
[UK: viktər]
victoria cross
[UK: viktər]
victorian
[UK: viktər]
victorianism
[UK: viktər]
victories
[UK: viktəriz]
victorious
[UK: viktɔːriəs]
victorious countenance
[UK: viktɔːriəs kauntinəns]
victoriously
[UK: viktɔːriəzliː]
victoriousnesses
[UK: viktɔːriəsnəsiz]
victors
[UK: viktəz]
victory
[UK: viktəriː]
victory accompanied by enormous losses
[UK: viktəriː əkʌmpənid biː inɔːməs lɔsiz]
victory card
[UK: viktəriː kɑːd]
victory frenzy
[UK: viktəriː frenziː]
victory gained through effort
[UK: viktəriː geind θruː efət]
victory in europe day
[UK: viktəriː in jeərəpiənz dei]
victory in the elections
[UK: viktəriː in ðiː ilekʃənz]
victory medal
[UK: viktəriː medl]
victory message
[UK: viktəriː mesidʒ]
victory monument
[UK: viktəriː mɔnjumənt]
victory monuments
[UK: viktəriː mɔnjumənts]
victory of ethics
[UK: viktəriː ɔf eθiks]
victory parade
[UK: viktəriː pəreid]
victory pedestal
[UK: viktəriː pedistl]
victory run
[UK: viktəriː rʌn]
victory upon victory
[UK: viktəriː əpɔn viktəriː]
evictor
[UK: viktəriː əpɔn viktəriː]
triumphant victor
[UK: traiʌmfɑːnt viktər]
a series of victories
[UK: ə siəriz ɔf viktəriz]
allied victory over nazism
[UK: ælid viktəriː ouvər nɑːtsizəm]
architect of victory
[UK: ɑːkitekt ɔf viktəriː]
be victorious in a fight
[UK: ɑːkitekt ɔf viktəriː]
be victorious over someone
[UK: ɑːkitekt ɔf viktəriː]
celebrate a victory
[UK: ɑːkitekt ɔf viktəriː]
celebrated his victory
[UK: selibreitid haiz viktəriː]
celebrating a victory
[UK: selibreitiŋwʌnzbəːθdei ə viktəriː]
concluded triumphantly or victoriously
[UK: kənkluːdid traiʌmfɑːntliː ər viktɔːriəzliː]
confidence in victory
[UK: kɔnfidəns in viktəriː]
decisive victory
[UK: disaisiv viktəriː]
earned the title by victory
[UK: əːnd ðiː taitl biː viktəriː]
earned victory
[UK: əːnd viktəriː]
easy victory
[UK: iːziː viktəriː]
elated by the victory
[UK: ileitid biː ðiː viktəriː]
flush of victory
[UK: flʌʃ ɔf viktəriː]
gain a victory
[UK: gein ə viktəriː]
gate of victory
[UK: gət ɔf viktəriː]
glorious victory
[UK: glɔːriəs viktəriː]
great victory
[UK: greit viktəriː]
landslide victory
[UK: lændslaid viktəriː]
led to victory
[UK: led tou viktəriː]
many victories in a row
[UK: led tou viktəriː]
message of victory
[UK: mesidʒ ɔf viktəriː]
moral victory
[UK: mɔrəl viktəriː]
more victorious
[UK: mɔːr viktɔːriəs]
most victorious
[UK: moust viktɔːriəs]
not victorious
[UK: nout viktɔːriəs]
overwhelming victory
[UK: ouvəwelmiŋ viktəriː]
palm of victory
[UK: pɑːm ɔf viktəriː]
parade in celebration of victory
[UK: pəreid in selibreiʃən ɔf viktəriː]
partway to victory
[UK: pɑːtwei tou viktəriː]
pyrrhic victory
[UK: pɑːtwei tou viktəriː]
queen victoria
[UK: pɑːtwei tou viktəriː]
reasonable chance for victory
[UK: riːznəbl tʃɑːns fər viktəriː]
return victorious
[UK: ritəːn viktɔːriəs]
sign of victory
[UK: sain ɔf viktəriː]
smashing come from behind victory
[UK: smæʃiŋ kʌm frɔm biːhaind viktəriː]
sure of victory
[UK: ʃeər ɔf viktəriː]
technical victory
[UK: teknikl viktəriː]
the joy of victory
[UK: teknikl viktəriː]
the victorious side
[UK: ðiː viktɔːriəs said]
to emerge victorious
[UK: ðiː viktɔːriəs said]
with the happiness of victory
[UK: wið ðiː hæpinəs ɔf viktəriː]
without a victory
[UK: wiθɔːt ə viktəriː]

Example Sentences Including 'victor'

In Person is a live album by jazz saxophonist Cannonball Adderley recorded in San Francisco, California in 1968 featuring performances by Adderley with Nat Adderley, Joe Zawinul, Victor Gaskin and Roy McCurdy with guest vocalists Lou Rawls and Nancy Wilson contributing on one song apiece.

The goalkeeper served as No 2 at Barcelona to Victor Valdes from 2007 to 2014, winning nine major trophies under Pep Guardiola including the treble in 2009.

The Wheel of Life is a 1929 American romantic drama sound film directed by Victor Schertzinger and starring Richard Dix.

Evensong is a 1934 British musical film directed by Victor Saville and starring Evelyn Laye, Fritz Kortner and Emlyn Williams.

Bets worth hundreds of pounds are waged before the dogs meet their sparring partners in the pit and wrangle for hours until a victor emerges, a few bites away from death, bloodied .

Joan of Arc is a 1948 American hagiographic epic film directed by Victor Fleming, and starring Ingrid Bergman as the French religious icon and war heroine.

Unlocked is the second studio album by Romanian singer and songwriter Alexandra Stan, released on 27 August 2014 by Victor Entertainment.

Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables has been the subject of many adaptations in various media since its original publication in 1862.

The Frightened Man is a 1952 British crime film directed by John Gilling and starring Dermot Walsh, Barbara Murray and Charles Victor.

Abstract painting is an abstract oil painting, by Victor Pasmore, from 1998.

Make a Move is a 2014 Nigerian dance musical film produced by Ivie Okujaye and directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, starring Ivie Okujaye, Tina Mba, Beverly Naya, Wale Adebayo, Victor Godfery, Helga Sosthenes and Eno Ekpenyong, with Special Appearances from Majid Michel, Denrele Edun, 2face Idibia and Omawumi Megbele.

For centuries Paris has been the home and frequently the subject matter of the most important novelists, poets, and playwrights in French literature, including Moliere, Voltaire, Balzac, Victor Hugo and Zola and Proust.

Affair with a Stranger is a 1953 American comedy-drama starring Jean Simmons and Victor Mature.

The Spectacular Spider-Man is an American animated television series based on the superhero character published by Marvel Comics and developed for television by Greg Weisman and Victor Cook.

Darkening Sky is a 2010 American science fiction horror thriller film directed by Victor Bornia and stars Rider Strong, Danica Stewart and Ezra Buzzington.

No Funny Business is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Victor Hanbury and starring Laurence Olivier, Gertrude Lawrence, Jill Esmond and Edmund Breon.

Bloodshed is a 2005 United States horror film by Jim McMahon based on a script by Jim McMahon and Michael Victor Roy, featuring Íce Mrozek, Christopher Childs and Shana Lee Klisanin.

The Handley Page Victor was a British jet-powered strategic bomber, developed and produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company, which served during the Cold War.





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