tripping, adj. 1. light, light-footed, light-legged, light of heel; agile, nimble-footed, spry; quick, brisk, fast, fleet, swift, rapid; flying, winged; frisky, spirited.
2. graceful, fluent, flowing, rhythmic.
trite, adj. hackneyed, overdone, overused; banal, Inf. bromidic, platitudinous, proverbial, Inf. corny; out-of-date, old, antiquated, ancient, archaic, obsolete; tired, thin, threadbare, stale, shopworn, worn-out, played out, Inf old hat, moth-eaten, warmed-over; unimaginative, unoriginal, uninspired; dull, insipid, tedious, tiresome, wearisome; routine, habitual, everyday, customary; regular, run-of-the-mill, ordinary; prosaic, prosy, matter-of-fact; conventional, traditional, humdrum, commonplace, common, well-known, stock, familiar, stereotyped; simple, fatuous, inane, feeble, wishy-washy.
triumph, n. 1. conquest, victory, win, walkaway, walkover, SI. pushover, SI. picnic; feat, coup, feather in one's cap; Inf. ten-strike, Inf grand slam; SI. killing, SI. smash; stroke of genius, tour de force, masterstroke, Fr. coup de maitre; success, attainment, accomplishment, achievement, palm; mastery, ascendancy, advantage, upper hand; hit, Inf. smash, SI. sockeroo, sensation.
2. jubilation, exultation, jubilance, jubilancy; celebration, rejoicing; glory, laurels, acclamation, citation, parade, flourish, fanfare.
-v. 3. win, be victorious, be the victor, win hands down; gain a victory, carry the day, win one's spurs; ring the bell, gain the palm, take the crown, Inf. bring home the bacon, take the prize, come off with flying colors.
4. prevail, hold out against, withstand, sustain without yielding, keep one's head above water, weather the storm; surmount an obstacle, make headway.
5. defeat, conquer, subdue, overwhelm, overcome, vanquish, subjugate; best, checkmate, beat, surpass, outwit, outmaster, outmaneuver; dominate, hold authority, wear the crown, sit on the throne, Inf. sit in the driver's seat; command, have ascendancy, have mastery.
6. succeed, meet with success, win out, be successful, be a winner or success, score a success; accomplish, bring off.
7. rejoice, celebrate, exult, glory, jubilate, revel, delight in; leap for joy, fling up one's cap, hurrah; brag, gloat, swagger.
triumphant, adj. victorious, successful, winning; succeeding, out in front, at the head of the pack, leading, ahead of the game, on top, SI. on top of the heap or pile, Inf. on top of the world, in the catbird seat, SI. sitting pretty; unbeaten, undefeated; crowned, laurel-wreathed, palm-bearing, trophy-winning, prize-holding, bay-wreathed, garlanded.
trivia, n. useless information, minor details, details, minutiae, trifles, trivialities, inconsequentia.