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domineering
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Wuthering Heights
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  • Well, we MUST be for ourselves in the long run; the mild and generous are only more justly selfish than the domineering; and it ended when circumstances caused each to feel that the one’s interest was not the chief consideration in the other’s thoughts.
  • ’I knew Mrs. Linton’s nature to be headstrong and domineering,’ cried I: ’but I didn’t know that you wished to foster her fierce temper!
  • This was especially to be remarked if any one attempted to impose upon, or domineer over, his favourite: he was painfully jealous lest a word should be spoken amiss to him; seeming to have got into his head the notion that, because he liked Heathcliff, all hated, and longed to do him an ill-turn.

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  • Her mother is opinionated and domineering.
  • a domineering personality

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