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domineering
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Don Quixote
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  • The old man was alarmed and Zoraida too, for the Moors commonly, and, so to speak, instinctively have a dread of the Turks, but particularly of the soldiers, who are so insolent and domineering to the Moors who are under their power that they treat them worse than if they were their slaves.

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

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