prevalence[ prev-uh-luh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF prevalence
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But the animals not being able to bear the prevalence of light, died.
It is not a mere question of wisdom or of taste, this prevalence and idolatry of dogs.
It has even been denied that the prevalence of Neo-Malthusian practices counts at all.
There is a human reason for the existence of the concept and for its prevalence in the church.
How far its prevalence ever extended, or what ground it has lost, I know not.
This accounts for the prevalence of cantatas in the English musical repertoire.
The result was the dominion of the phrase and the prevalence of hollow affectation.
He attributes it to the prevalence of garlic in European cooking.
We are not aware of the prevalence of it until we go in search of it.
We did not know how to explain the prevalence of this impression.