preponderant

[ pri-pon-der-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF preponderant

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When they arrived at the Persian court the influence of Pelopidas was preponderant with the Persian.

But may not the areas of preponderant movement have changed in the lapse of ages?

The deeper zone in which anamorphism is preponderant is called the zone of anamorphism.

In Spain itself the French party was preponderant, but not unopposed.

Of these three motives the one last named has been preponderant.

Several other circumstances concur in rendering the power of the majority in America not only preponderant, but irresistible.

How the force of the preponderant population of the north pressed upon the south during the war, and at last crushed her down!

The sap of plants is thin and watery, corresponding with the preponderant anabolism of the plant.

Pronounced breadth is commoner among the interior people (75 per cent) and least preponderant in the east (55 per cent).

In the picture of the disease, however, the preponderant rle is played by either one or the other of the opposing tendencies.

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