predominantly

[ pri-dom-uh-nuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF predominantly

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American formal culture is, and has been, from the beginning, predominantly English.

The animal, predominantly, desires the good of self: the Divine, the good of others.

Their fancy was, predominantly, for the bizarre and the extravagant.

Seitz recognises 75 species of which about a dozen are predominantly white.

The religion was predominantly a worship of gods, rather than of spirits.

They were predominantly Puritan in prejudice and in upbringing.

There is no reason at all why a child's attention should be so predominantly fixed on wool.

It was at least predominantly cloudy on all but four or five days.

My mother's people were predominantly of Scotch, but also of Huguenot and English, descent.

The pitch of Wagner's orchestra had, after all, been predominantly sober and subdued.

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