Quotes of triumphs

  1. Man can certainly flee from God... but he cannot escape him. He can certainly hate God and be hateful to God, but he cannot change into its opposite the eternal love of God which triumphs even in his hate. – Karl Barth
  2. We tell our triumphs to the crowds, but our own hearts are the sole confidants of our sorrows. – Robert Bulwer-Lytton
  3. You can't relate to a superhero, to a superman, but you can identify with a real man who in times of crisis draws forth some extraordinary quality from within himself and triumphs but only after a struggle. – Timothy Dalton
  4. The political machine triumphs because it is a united minority acting against a divided majority. – Will Durant
  5. I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge. That myth is more potent than history. That dreams are more powerful than facts. That hope always triumphs over experience. That laughter is the only cure for grief. And I believe that love is stronger than death. – Robert Fulghum
  6. We shall meet again before long to march to new triumphs – Giuseppe Garibaldi
  7. To try to fashion something from suffering, to relish our triumphs and to endure defeats without resentment: all that is compatible with the faith of a heretic. – Walter Kaufmann
  8. I came not to your glorious shores to enjoy a happy rest- I came not to gather triumphs of personal distinction, but as a humble petitioner, in my country's name, as its freely chosen constitutional leader, to entreat your generous aid. – Lajos Kossuth
  9. To the press alone, chequered as it is with abuses, the world is indebted for all the triumphs which have been gained by reason and humanity over error and oppression. – James Madison
  10. Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat. – Theodore Roosevelt
  11. Almost everything that distinguishes the modern world from earlier centuries is attributable to science, which achieved its most spectacular triumphs in the seventeenth century. – Bertrand Russell
  12. I think the best American poetry is the poetry that utilizes the resources of poetry rather than exploits the defects or triumphs of the poet's personality. – Mark Strand

Usage examples for triumphs

  1. He heard occasional rumors of the social triumphs of his rival, and met him once, to be treated with half- veiled amusement by that patronizing young man. – Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories by Rex Beach
  2. We were present a few years since when one of those lesser triumphs of his genius was first unfolded. – The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 17 by Charles Francis Horne
  3. And I merely report the genuine facts, human and superhuman, when I say that whatever any form of the visible church has done or will do for the religious life of mankind, the crowning source of religious insight is, for us all, the actual loyalty, service, devotion, suffering, accomplishment, traditions, example, teaching, and triumphs of the invisible church of all the faithful. – The Sources Of Religious Insight by Josiah Royce
  4. Many people will question the moral effect of stories in which the rascal uniformly triumphs as in Reynard. – Literature in the Elementary School by Porter Lander MacClintock
  5. A day or two after our arrival, one of Wagner's triumphs was to be given at the Opera House, and, amid a scene of great excitement, Berry secured four tickets. – The Brother of Daphne by Dornford Yates
  6. Let sorrow weep, or anger thrill, Yet all the parent triumphs still. – Elegies and Other Small Poems by Matilda Betham
  7. The instances of obstacles thus surmounted, and of triumphs thus achieved, are indeed so numerous, as almost to justify the proverb that " with Will one can do anything." – Self Help by Samuel Smiles
  8. As soon as our purpose became known and discussed among our immediate circle of friends, many volunteers appeared anxious to share the triumphs of so novel an enterprise. – A Girl's Ride in Iceland by Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie
  9. As the war drives slowly to its close more substantial triumphs larger battles, wherein the enemy suffers heavier loss, the capture of towns, and the surrender of armies may mark its progress. – London to Ladysmith via Pretoria by Winston Spencer Churchill
  10. Popular rights, which are strongest always in assured peace, would have new triumphs – The Duel Between France and Germany by Charles Sumner
  11. She never encouraged him to talk about her triumphs and her other friends. – Winding Paths by Gertrude Page
  12. The Lord Bacon saith it hath been observed, that after triumphs the triumphants have been sick in spirit. – Miscellanies upon Various Subjects by John Aubrey
  13. Early on Friday morning, Mr. Thomas Lord, a rival of the late Samuel Baker, and heir to his triumphs appeared in Ratcliffe's rooms while the Senator was consuming his lonely egg and chop. – Democracy An American Novel by Henry Adams
  14. For this sweet wife was one of matchless worth, And her dear name should grace my artless lays, If I by that means could her triumphs raise. – The Emigrant Mechanic and Other Tales In Verse Together With Numerous Songs Upon Canadian Subjects by Thomas Cowherd
  15. Helen Blantock had been the success of her season in London, had paid for her triumphs with a breakdown, and we had stopped at the same hotel. – The Princess Passes by Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson
  16. His intellectual triumphs pass in review before him, most of them known only to himself and that youth- his companion through life. – The Mystery of Francis Bacon by William T. Smedley
  17. His audacity won great triumphs but if exercised by a man less endowed would have brought him continuously into trouble. – My Memories of Eighty Years by Chauncey M. Depew
  18. Why do you leave me to discover the tale of your triumphs from the newspapers? – The Stronger Influence by F.E. Mills Young
  19. In her eyes her own triumphs are little beside that. – The Great Miss Driver by Anthony Hope
  20. I could not but feel that the vision of him standing there told the story of his triumphs more grimly than any recital. – The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story by Various