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Great discontent was the predominant feature of this expression.

The Pools of SilenceH. de Vere Stacpoole

The predominant class is what one might call the gentleman-farmer, with the stress perhaps on “gentleman.”

Down the ColumbiaLewis R. Freeman

This was not indeed the only, but it was the predominant and governing, interest of his life.

BaconRichard William Church

In Bessarabia, Turks and Moldavians are the predominant population.

The Ethnology of EuropeRobert Gordon Latham

End-of-line hyphens have been retained or removed based on the predominant usage elsewhere in the text.

PeccaviE. W. Hornung

Study and abstraction were his greatest pleasures, and a love of reading became his predominant passion.

Among the Hymenoptera this is indeed the predominant larval type.

The Life-Story of InsectsGeo. H. Carpenter

In other quarters the predominant tendencies were towards unbelief, skepticism, or indifference.

Because it is fittest to express the shepherd's care, and because it is, after all, the predominant aspect to the devout heart.

In very early days this boy had shown that his French blood was predominant.

SpringhavenR. D. Blackmore

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