Part of speech: verb

To have superior strength or authority; preponderate.

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Usage examples "predominate":

  1. Pity, however, seemed rather to predominate. - "McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader", William Holmes McGuffey.
  2. We are aware that some people feel that digital materials will predominate in libraries of the future. - "Booknology: The eBook (1971-2010)", Marie Lebert.
  3. It is, above all, hatred of him which is to predominate in the cries, for that is the essential thing. - "Cinq Mars, Complete", Alfred de Vigny Last Updated: March 3, 2009.