dominate

[ dom-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dominate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOMINATE

Foreigners, especially Greeks, begin to dominate the country.

She wishes to be outwardly dominated by a man, but to dominate him by her heart.

The boy had a real power to move, to dominate her, which he did not then suspect.

She had a passion for racing, and at the Grand Prix seemed to dominate the crowd.

I let my No-will, in this case, dominate my will, and that serves my purpose well.

But no; Fate was in it: a power above herself seemed to dominate her will.

No man could so dominate others and fail to dominate himself.

But numbers were not allowed for an instant to dominate the situation.

She and d'Alcacer up there seemed to dominate the tumult which was now subsiding.

The southern whites are of longest residence and dominate the sentiment.

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