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Definition of "won" []

  • Archaic To dwell or abide. (verb-intransitive)
  • See Table at currency. (noun)
  • Past tense and past participle of win. (verb)

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Use "won" in a sentence
  • "At this time, John Docherty , senior vice president of manufacturing operations, will be taking over many of Mr. Rivet's duties, though his title won't change."
  • "The title won a publishing award on Tuesday night, capping off a year in which ad pages were down just 6 percent."
  • "Her popularity never came from her track record as governor, so failure to finish the term won't matter that much to her supporters."