Antonyms for dominating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOMINATING
And it occurred to him that Linda and Marian were dominating the party.
Dominating this came Richard's voice, strident with intensity, if thick of utterance.
Constantine was no longer at the helm, fearless, respected, and dominating.
"I guess not for us," answers the dominating voice of the conductor of her party.
Yet the figure of General Alexis could never be anything but dominating.
I doubt whether this was actually his method of dominating Evans.
That is the dominating and all-absorbing conflict of the industrial age in which we live.
Or, was it the imagination of the Church, dominating the imagination of the artist?
A dominating factor or characteristic in the American man is his pursuit of the dollar.
But one or more will be found in every person whom it succeeds in influencing and dominating.
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.