supremacy

Part of speech: noun

The state of being supreme; supreme power.

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Usage examples "supremacy":

  1. Or, as he explained in 1874, " The object of that Bill was merely to assert the supremacy of the Crown. - "The History of "Punch"", M. H. Spielmann.
  2. I think that of all of us she was the one least inclined to give him absolute supremacy at first, but he interested her, for she had seen little of the world, and nothing of such men as her cousin Paul, who was thirty years of age, and had been to most of the courts of the world in the course of twelve years in the diplomatic service. - "Paul Patoff", F. Marion Crawford.
  3. We have an idea of his sorrow during the three years that England maintained supremacy in Canada, for he says that the days were as long as months. - "The Makers of Canada: Champlain", N. E. Dionne.