, a. Having or celebrating a triumph; victorious; triumphant. -- Tri"umph*ing*ly, adv.
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(?), n.;
pl. L. Triumviri (#), E. Triumvirs (#).
[L., fr. res, gen. trium, three + vir a man. See Three, and Virile.] (Rom. Antiq.) One of tree men united in public office or authority.
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In later times the triumvirs of Rome were three men who jointly exercised sovereign power. Julius Csar, Crassus, and Pompey were the first triumvirs; Octavianus (Augustus), Antony, and Lepidus were the second and last.
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