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- adv. In a preponderant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a preponderant manner or degree; so as to preponderate or outweigh.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. much greater in number or influence
But the suffering that the German civilians endured came preponderantly from the western powers’ slaughter from the air, and until the very end, German soldiers fought as hard in the west as in the east.
Yet context is where the emphasis preponderantly falls.
Justice means the state accusing you of a crime does not have preponderantly more resources on your case than you do.
We find that National Review has had the strongest record on liberty on the issues treated, while the others have preponderantly failed to be pro-liberty or have even been anti-liberty.
Conservatives say they are for small government and individual liberty, but a content analysis of leading conservative magazines shows that most have preponderantly failed to take pro-liberty positions on sex, gambling, and drugs.
For example, the "Bush tax cuts" were promised to fairly and equitably benefit all taxpayers, when the reality, as we know, is that they preponderantly benefited the extremely wealthy.
Comment in the Brazilian press was preponderantly on the side of the law against the preacher.
There were some 74 comments which seemed to be preponderantly negative toward Hillary and even Bill.
White men don't preponderantly like the war in Iraq, or the way the economy is going.
This is a legitimate way to deal with the problem since the immediate decisions affecting production are preponderantly made in terms of money.
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