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dominate
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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • Motives which were already present to some small extent in the great wars of the early twentieth centuary have now become dominant and are consciously recognized and acted upon.
  • Nor is there any racial discrimination, or any marked domination of one province by another.
  • It conflicted with the tendency towards mechanization which had become quasi-instinctive throughout almost the whole world, and moreover, any country which remained industrially backward was helpless in a military sense and was bound to be dominated, directly or indirectly, by its more advanced rivals.

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  • The defending World Champions dominated their unranked opponent.
  • She completely dominates her boyfriend.

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