pre-eminence[ pree-em-uh-nuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF pre-eminence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRE-EMINENCE
It is not to be conceived how exact these people are in assigning the pre-eminence to the men.
But most men have never had the opportunity of attaining this pre-eminence of evil.
What gave you any pre-eminence above those that surround you?
Victoria has owed its past pre-eminence to its gold production.
Then, and not till then, will it be entitled to the pre-eminence.
But it is within doors that the pre-eminence of my chimney is most manifest.
One historian only gives him the pre-eminence that is undoubtedly his due.
He went over his vices in his mind, not knowing to which of them to give the pre-eminence.
The party which had given him his command shared, of course, in his pre-eminence.
It was by the lure of this fallacy that Brussels lost her pre-eminence.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PRE-EMINENCE
- head start
- upper hand