Winning is a 1969 American motion picture starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. A number of racecar drivers and people associated with racing appear in the film, including Bobby Unser, Tony Hulman, Bobby Grim, Dan Gurney, Roger McCluskey, and Bruce Walkup.
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More definitions of "winning":
- (adj): Having won.
Example: "The winning team"
- (adj): Very attractive; capturing interest.
Example: "A winning personality"
Synonyms: fetching, taking
- (noun): Succeeding with great difficulty.
Example: "Winning is not everything"
Famous quotes containing the word winning:
“Not only had Caesar a great name and a generals glory, but his valor knew no rest, and the only thing he looked upon as a disgrace was not winning a battle.”
—Marcus Annaeus Lucan (3965)
“... the most extreme conditions require the most extreme response, and for some individuals, the call to that response is vitality itself.... The integrity and self-esteem gained from winning the battle against extremity are the richest treasures in my life.”
—Diana Nyad (b. 1949)
“The most winning woman I ever knew was hanged for poisoning three little children for their insurance-money, and the most repellent man of my acquaintance is a philanthropist who has spent nearly a quarter of a million upon the London poor.”
—Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (18591930)