dominance

[ dom-uh-nuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF dominance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOMINANCE

He was the symbol of a race abruptly exalted from inferiority to dominance.

But that, in their eras of dominance, they were almost as firmly believed in as if they had been proved.

And how the nothingness of these was made more emphatic by the dominance of that!

It consists in the dominance of the Will over all conscious states.

His dominance of the night before, in the library, had returned.

After 1870 the dominance of the Conservatives was prolonged to 1876.

Once more that sense of dominance on his part, that power of compulsion.

In such cases as this it is obvious that we cannot speak of dominance.

Yet, despite her independent spirit, she rejoiced in his dominance.

Moran was in a dangerous frame of mind, and past the dominance of his employer.

WORD ORIGIN

1819; see dominant + -ance. Related: Dominancy.

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