hegemony

[ hi-jem-uh-nee, hej-uh-moh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hegemony

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Her seniors in point of time, they have been outdistanced in the race for Balkan hegemony.

There were papers from other planets now under the hegemony of Mekin.

For very many years the European hegemony had been unquestioned.

At one time Russia seemed destined to the hegemony of the Pacific.

No; I will not agitate for extermination of the Government and hegemony over the Mob.

This ended for a time the capital's pretensions to hegemony.

The hegemony was not secure, nor did it embrace all of the semi-civilized peoples.

To him fell also the ancient claim of the Danish kingdom to the hegemony of the North.

In a word, it is to be the hegemony of the Anglo-Saxon race.

The hegemony of Russia in Asia would not, to my mind, be in any way regrettable.

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