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Her tone was dominated by the desire to be calm, and get at his real feeling.

He looked like a man who all his life had dominated not only other men, but himself.

All other sounds were dominated by the monotonous shouts of the gondoliers.

More to the left arose the Serre de Julos, dominated by the Miramont.

Only expectation, and eagerness to get at the Tories dominated them.

She dominated all her friends on the ground of a former intimacy with the Emperor.

De Launay dominated her, and she stood as rigid as a statue, awaiting the cataclysm.

Do you agree, then, that we must hold aloof from every one so dominated?

He dominated the forest, the secular gloom, the old mankind.

He was very slow about it; but I dominated my nervousness sufficiently not to shout after him.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Latin dominatus, past participle of dominari "to rule, dominate, to govern," from dominus (see domain). Related: Dominated; dominating. Or perhaps a back-formation from domination.

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