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dominate
used in Unbroken - adapted for young adults

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Definition
to control; or to be most influential, powerful, abundant, important, or conspicuous
  • Few nations dominated an Olympic event as Finland did the 5,000.
    p. 33.8
  • Louie had only twice raced beyond a mile, and the 5,000, like the mile, was dominated by much older men.
    p. 24.5
  • For decades, Japan's military-dominated government had been preparing for its quest, crafting a muscular army and navy and, through a military-run school system that violently drilled children on Japan's imperial destiny, shaping its people for war.
    p. 44.6
  • Guards, occupying the lowest station in a military that applauded brutal domination of underlings, vented their frustrations on the helpless prisoners under their authority.
    p. 149.9

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