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predominant
used in Great Expectations

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most frequent, common, or important; or having more power and influence
  • I know that these gratifying social ends were so invariably accomplished, that Herbert and I understood nothing else to be referred to in the first standing toast of the society: which ran "Gentlemen, may the present promotion of good feeling ever reign predominant among the Finches of the Grove."
    Chapter 34 (22% in)

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