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dominate
used in The Notebook

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Definition
to control; or to be most influential, powerful, abundant, important, or conspicuous
  • As far as he could tell, man had always been aggressive, always striving to dominate, trying to control the world and everything in it.
dominate = to control or be most powerful
  • So once again , just as I do every Day , I begin to read the notebook aloud , so that she can hear it , in the hope that the miracle that has come to dominate my life will once again prevail.
  • It was too much, in her opinion, but their engagement was news and had dominated the social pages since they had announced their plans six months ago.
  • Allison Nelson, twenty-nine years old and engaged, a socialite, searching for answers she needed to know, and Noah Calhoun, the dreamer, thirty-one, visited by the ghost that had come to dominate his life.

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