domination

[ dom-uh-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF domination

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The dread of French domination seems to have haunted him like a nightmare.

Only an individual here and there sees that freedom and domination must belong to us.

In matrimony a similarity of tastes, particularly the taste for domination.

But it by no means follows that the domination of servitude must, or even can, be perpetual.

Here, then, was the end of that life-long dream of domination.

Therefore, the greatest thing for the world was the domination of the Pope.

There is no chance for sex supremacy, for domination, or dispute, or jealousy.

Because she's weak, she has a rage for domination, and nothing less will satisfy her.

Mata would have trusted this sacred rite to no domination but her own.

Their names may stand thus—Calhoun and domination—Webster and degradation.

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