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He shows that the wild parent is not necessarily prepotent, although many writers have urged that view.
The Italian race is, I believe, prepotent in mixed marriages.
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The women wept quietly, but Jeff's eyes were dry, though his face was discharged of all its prepotent impudence.
As has been said, they are so prepotent, uniform, and distinct from the other breeds that they may be called a race of cattle.
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Breeders claim to be able to produce cattle so prepotent that they will produce their like, however mated.
"With one highly-prepotent bull," a high-class herd may be raised, even though inaugurated with second-rate females.
By prepotent we mean having unusual power to transmit characters to offspring.
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Such Dominants are a bi-sexual species in which the male is prepotent.
And, of course, the more primitive a type is, the more prepotent it is.
With animals one variety certainly often has this prepotent power over another variety.

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pecuniaryadjective | [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION