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Gone with the Wind
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  • He talked at length, laughed frequently and dominated the conversation more completely than she had ever seen him do before, but he seemed to say very little.
  • From time immemorial, the coast cities had dominated the South, commercially and otherwise.
  • She had heard Ashley say that the South was being treated as a conquered province and that vindictiveness was the dominant policy of the conquerors.
  • Money was the obsession dominating her mind these days.
  • All of his life, Frank had been under the domination of the phrase "What will the neighbors say?" and he was defenseless against the shocks of his wife’s repeated disregard of the proprieties.
  • Gerald made a habit of dominating the conversation at mealtimes, and usually Scarlett, occupied with her own thoughts, scarcely heard him; but tonight she could not shut out his voice, no matter how much she strained to listen for the sound of carriage wheels that would herald Ellen’s return.
  • No one could be more dominating than stout Mrs. Merriwether, more imperious than frail Mrs. Elsing, more artful in securing her own ends than the silver-haired sweet-voiced Mrs. Whiting.
  • Already many other Southern states had illiterate negroes in high public office and legislatures dominated by negroes and Carpetbaggers.

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

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