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  • adjective Not victorious.


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un- +‎ victorious


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  • Their creed had been the rationalizations of the displaced, the cowardly, the unvictorious.

    The Dreamthief's Daughter Moorcock, Michael, 1939- 2001

  • However sorely defeated, or overwhelmed by numbers, they never left the ground alive and unvictorious, and as this was well known, their enemies were seldom eager to attack such resolute fighters.

    The True Story Book Andrew Lang 1878

  • Fin said that Hakon might be unvictorious; 'and then wouldst thou have forfeited both wealth and peace; and if thou wert victorious over the King then wouldst thou be dubbed a traitor.'

    The Sagas of Olaf Tryggvason and of Harald The Tyrant (Harald Haardraade) 1179-1241 Snorri Sturluson 1210


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