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Yet the sense is that anti-LGBT hate crimes are becoming more prevalent, and more terrifying.

But for Israel, corruption charges against top officials appear to be more prevalent.

And it is all the more prevalent when state institutions are weakened.

Slavery is more prevalent than ever, and many victims are hidden in plain sight in the United States.

Rape as a comical topic is becoming more prevalent—the word "rapey" has even made into the lexicon.

Immorality appears to be more prevalent now among younger groups in the community.

But in all ages a love of the world may be justly considered as a much more prevalent occasion of apostacy than fear.

Tight-lacing, I believe, was never more prevalent than at the present time, and its victims are a host.

Attic Ionic influences were naturally more prevalent than those of Asia Minor.

Can this difference be accounted for from evaporation alone, which certainly is more prevalent in bottoms?


On this page you'll find 130 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prevalent, such as: common, commonplace, everyday, extensive, frequent, and new.

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