domineer

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Synonyms for domineer

to command or issue commands in an arrogant manner

Synonyms for domineer

rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner

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The valley called Pierre's Hole is about thirty miles in length and fifteen in width, bounded to the west and south by low and broken ridges, and overlooked to the east by three lofty mountains, called the three Tetons, which domineer as landmarks over a vast extent of country.
It is about ninety-seven miles in length, and seventy- eight in breadth, rising gradually into three pyramidal summits or cones; the highest, Mouna Roa, being eighteen thousand feet above the level of the sea, so as to domineer over the whole archipelago, and to be a landmark over a wide extent of ocean.
He took all these pains because he liked order and liked to domineer and drive the people away, but chiefly because he wanted to have Father Sergius to himself.
I shall, soon enough, be put out, though, if anybody tries to domineer it over me: and so I give you notice, master.
Let her go, and the sooner the better; she won't be trying to domineer over