dominion[ duh-min-yuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dominion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOMINION
John had been under her dominion, and proceeded to persuade her.
He must get the dominion over circumstance, or circumstance must get the dominion over him.
It contemplates his dominion as infinite, and his will as the law of nature and of nations.
We have risen with him, and death has henceforth no dominion over us.
It towers above me with a cone-shaped top, a figure of might and dominion.
That mood into which a friend can bring us is his dominion over us.
Many a man has become a fatalist because he has fallen under the dominion of a single idea.
The system of Hegel frees the mind from the dominion of abstract ideas.
For the Hellenes, especially those who were under the dominion of the barbarians, often borrowed from them.
Outlaw and rustler opposed the dominion of this peace officer.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DOMINION
- inner city
- neck of woods
- stomping ground
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- might and main
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- what it takes
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