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Synonyms for predominate

be in the majority

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prevail

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Synonyms for predominate

to occupy the preeminent position in

Synonyms for predominate

be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance

appear very large or occupy a commanding position

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having superior power and influence

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AIs' historic and current transition from tribal lands to predominately White cultural settings symbolizes a unique acculturation process that creates acculturative stress for AIs, who find themselves trying to balance the acquisition of predominately White cultural values and behaviors with those of tribal culture.
His skills in working in a predominately adult committee (are) outstanding,'' Superintendent Bob Lee said.
What you're operating on is the bony skeleton in the upper third and predominately cartilaginous (soft tissue-like) structure in the lower third of the nose," says plastic surgeon Paul R.
By placing a home movie, a decidedly amateur production, along side the other narrative feature films in this issue, The Catherine Films draws attention to how national cinema histories are primarily conceptualized as histories of narrative--and predominately art-house--cinema.
The fire combined with the onslaught of blister rust has been an ecological double whammy for biodiversity; the natural recruitment has been predominately lodgepole pine.
The $100,000 gift will "name" a room at Medill's new McCormick Tribune Center, a $21 million building that will house predominately graduate programs in new media, integrated marketing, and broadcast journalism.
Nowadays, mainstream black literary poets (as compared to rap or street or revolutionary poets) usually work as teachers in predominately white colleges, and though their subject is often "black," loosely defined, their formal and stylistic concerns place them squarely at the center of American literary values.
The location was in a predominately white commercial area.
There has long been a separate male-fashion business of gay propensity: New York's Raymond Dragon, for example, and mail-order houses such as San Diego's International Male, have served a predominately gay clientale.
Not only will the number of job seekers decline, but the new group will consist predominately of women and immigrants.
There is growing concern about the impact of this trend on visually impaired people competing for education and job opportunities in a predominately sighted world.
Split between teams who compete on the UCI Pro Tour and those who race predominately in the United States, the field of 144 athletes will be one of the most diverse, accomplished groups of cyclists ever assembled for a stage race in the U.
The properties in this portfolio are located predominately in Southeastern U.
Figure 4 shows castings produced without modifications to the molding sand (additives include predominately western bentonite and no carbonaceous additives).
Hayes-Bautista said the experience of the predominately Anglo baby boom of the 1950s may foreshadow the current Latino baby boom.