- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of predominate.
“If the moths have "evolved" by mutation into another species, it would negate the primary claim – that the same species of moth comes in both colorations, and the one that predominates is the one that best escapes (as adult, not as caterpillar) the predators.”
“From what I understand from people who enjoy team sports, the "girly" ethos of community and support predominates, which is why a lot of men join.”
“On Hardball and its like, egos run rampant, insider jargon predominates, and agreeability, if any can be detected, is strictly limited to commercial breaks.”
“You can easily see whether links (blue), images (violet), tables (red), or some other tag predominates on a page in a single glance.”
“Doubtless there are classes of literature in which form or expression predominates, and we cannot read poetry, for example, or the drama, or even the higher class of fiction, without lingering upon the finer passages, to get the full impression of their beauty.”
“And that the sun and the moon and the stars were all gods; for in them the warm principle predominates which is the cause of life.”
“The more one kind of person predominates within a given congregation, the more that others who perceive themselves as similar will feel comfortable there and those who see themselves as different will feel uncomfortable, to the point of leaving.”
“Powder cocaine, which the rich prefer, receives lighter sentences than does possession of crack which predominates in lower economic areas. bammazmx”
“The design also features the Chinese characters for sun and moon, and the color white predominates, symbolizing clean energy.”
“Cronyism, and placing people who simply have no expertise in the areas in which they are placed, predominates.”
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