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money, prizes, or valuables won, esp in gambling

winning

[′win·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
A new mine opening.
The portion of a coal field laid out for working.
Mining.
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Northants will be looking for a healthier campaign next season after 2014 that saw them meekly surrender their famouslywon title, winningly only four of their 14 group matches.
Pastiche it may be but it's very effective and there are passages of great beauty such as the Gloria winningly sung by the two dozen fresh and assured student voices which make up the choir.
But in Kobani, I want the Kalashnikov-wielding women, with hair cascading down their backs, smiling winningly at the camera showing the victory sign, to win.
Contrary to popular belief, a deep colour does not make make a small space seem more cramped, but helps create a winningly cosy ambience.
Additionally, CTC has winningly executed BIM technology workflows for over 500 multi-disciplined firms.
As his love interest, Sasha Cooke boasted a winningly sunny disposition and a bright mezzo several shades heavier and stronger than Broadway ingenues usually possess.
Winningly absurd are Brit stars Jeremy Irons as Uncle Macon, a purring pianist, and Emma Thompson as both sour Mrs Lincoln and Lena's evil yet captivating mother Sarafine.
There are wonderfully touching moments between Butler, who's winningly charming, and his cute son, played by newcomer Lomax.
Brown plays the winningly named PC John Paul Rocksavage (better known as Sav), whose best friend and colleague Andy is brutally beaten after walking into a trap set by gang leader Finch (Stephen Graham).
But the playing is so winningly joyful--and exhilaratingly virtuosic--that it brings life even to these rather tired selections.
AoA Nightmare to RememberAo kicks things off, and itAAEs winningly gothic.