victorious

Invincible vs Victorious - What's the difference?

invincible | victorious |


As adjectives the difference between invincible and victorious

is that invincible is impossible to defeat, destroy or kill while victorious is being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

As a noun invincible

is someone or something that cannot be defeated, destroyed or killed.

Conquest vs Victorious - What's the difference?

conquest | victorious |


As a proper noun conquest

is the personification of conquest, (also known as pestilence), often depicted riding a white horse.

As an adjective victorious is

being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

French vs Victorious - What's the difference?

french | victorious |


As a verb french

is to prepare food by cutting it into strips.

As an adjective victorious is

being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

Victorious vs Won - What's the difference?

victorious | won |


As an adjective victorious

is being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

As a pronoun won is

he.

Triumphal vs Victorious - What's the difference?

triumphal | victorious |


As adjectives the difference between triumphal and victorious

is that triumphal is of, relating to, or being a triumph while victorious is being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

Victorious vs Triumphant - What's the difference?

victorious | triumphant |


As adjectives the difference between victorious and triumphant

is that victorious is being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc while triumphant is celebrating victory.

Conquering vs Victorious - What's the difference?

conquering | victorious |


As a verb conquering

is .

As a noun conquering

is conquest.

As an adjective victorious is

being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

Victorious vs Wining - What's the difference?

victorious | wining |


As an adjective victorious

is being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

As a verb wining is

.

Prevail vs Victorious - What's the difference?

prevail | victorious |


As a verb prevail

is to be superior in strength, dominance, influence or frequency; to have or gain the advantage over others; to have the upper hand; to outnumber others.

As an adjective victorious is

being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

Glorious vs Victorious - What's the difference?

glorious | victorious |


As adjectives the difference between glorious and victorious

is that glorious is exhibiting attributes, qualities, or acts that are worthy of or receive glory; noble; praiseworthy; excellent; illustrious; inspiring admiration; as, glorious deeds while victorious is being the winner in a contest, struggle, war, etc.

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