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predominant
used in A Room of One's Own

5 uses
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Definition
most frequent, common, or important; or having more power and influence
  • In modern tragedy the same predominance exists.
    3 (15% in)
  • And though novels predominate, novels themselves may very well have changed from association with books of a different feather.
    5 (3% in)
  • And I went on amateurishly to sketch a plan of the soul so that in each of us two powers preside, one male, one female; and in the man's brain the man predominates over the woman, and in the woman's brain the woman predominates over the man.
    6 (16% in)
  • And I went on amateurishly to sketch a plan of the soul so that in each of us two powers preside, one male, one female; and in the man's brain the man predominates over the woman, and in the woman's brain the woman predominates over the man.
    6 (16% in)
  • But that failing is too rare for one to complain of it, since without some mixture of the kind the intellect seems to predominate and the other faculties of the mind harden and become barren.
    6 (46% in)

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