dominant

[ dom-uh-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dominant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOMINANT

In spite of his youth he was unquestionably the dominant spirit here.

I have said that the dominant thinking of our age is materialistic, and by that I mean also physical.

Cassidy struggled with all his pride against the dominant fury this man hurled on him.

The old fascination was still as dominant as at its birth, sixteen years ago.

Of the two, his miserable little accuser was the dominant figure.

He had been the dominant personality in their mutual friendship.

Finally lost is the dominant position in the region of Finance.

They were dominant by land and sea; indeed they possessed a fleet twice the size of his own.

But the dominant overcast of their minds was the coming of the sheriff.

The danger always is that the initial leader may become too dominant.

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