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prevalently

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It was also a way to get real facts, a brief respite from the “alternative facts” so prevalent over the past few years.

Northern mammals could have become more prevalent because, for some reason, they were better at spreading into South America than southern mammals were at moving north.

Such predictions could be especially prevalent if the election is a tight one.

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Now, an ever-prevalent coronavirus has upended the travel market.

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Some club travel was normal for older youth in years past, but the trips are more prevalent and younger teams are also going now.

But are the lands of hireling States prevalently tilled by their yeomen owners?

They exist throughout all Russia, but in some parts more prevalently than in others.

The nose is prevalently long and of medium breadth, its proportions being practically identical with those of the modern English.

Thus several species of the prevalently arctic and antarctic family Enchytraeidae are shore living.

They fought much and prevalently; galloped desperately to and fro, ever on the alert.

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On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prevalently, such as: basically, chiefly, first and foremost, generally, importantly, and largely.

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

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