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A more recent addition to this ever-changing ecosystem is the preponderance of electric contraptions—e-bikes, e-skateboards, e-scooters, Onewheels—some of which are capable of rather high speeds.

As for raising the burden of proof to a preponderance of evidence, Early now says he’s for it.

The preponderance of the data would say in household transmission, young children are not quite as good as adults.

More than a preponderance of evidence, the state’s attorney came with an avalanche that overwhelmed and buried any notion of innocence.

Seattle also benefited from a preponderance of at-home workers — Amazon and Microsoft were among the first to encourage remote working.

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This lawsuit will be decided under a lower and more easily met standard of proof: “preponderance of the evidence.”

Brown assesses sexual misconduct charges under a “preponderance of the evidence” standard—the lowest legal burden of proof.

That should bother you even if you think that the preponderance of the evidence says that MacDonald is guilty.

A civil case, however, could have been decided on the basis of a preponderance of evidence.

In the past 20 years, the preponderance of global companies have both increased revenue and shed costs.

But here, as in every place of burial, the vast preponderance of childrens graves is striking.

A House of Commons was chosen in which the Whig party had a decided preponderance.

It also points out a very characteristic feature of these concerts—namely, the preponderance of the fair sex.

The Free State preponderance among settlers constantly increased.

The Roman Catholic general resolved to employ his preponderance of forces in striking a decisive blow.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to preponderance, such as: predominance, prevalence, advantage, ascendancy, bulk, and command.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.