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adjective as in controlling

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Education controls the transmission of values and molds the spirit before dominating the soul.

The days of candidates dominating their own political campaigns are over.

Belgium pressed relentlessly for an equalizer, dominating play from about the 70th minute to the final whistle.

This despite straight young men not dominating the entirety of gaming.

The pilot was spectacular, and Hilty was clearly a star, commanding every scene she was in and dominating every musical number.

Relieved of the dominating presence, the clergyman thrust his face close into mine.

These are the keynote of the great Republic, dominating all other chords, sacrificing harmony to noise, beauty to bulk.

He seemed suddenly recalled to himself—to the imminence of some crisis dominating his freedom of decision.

And this painted erudition harmonised with the requirements of those times of dominating intellectual tendencies.

A dominating factor or characteristic in the American man is his pursuit of the dollar.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dominating, such as: domineering, imperious, and magisterial.

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