Did you by any chance mean prevalent?
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“Not really frazzled ... just amazed (though I don't know why it's so prevailent) at the duplicity here.”
“But, yeah, I can see real utility in a prize for treatments for diseases prevailent in the poorer countries, like malaria.”
“It appears that such suggestions are prevailent in the UK and the US.”
“It is also one of the main reasons today that the replay, over and over, by the hour is so prevailent.”
“Certainly, it has helped me appreciate the value of money, and has a part to play in imbuing the lust for money which is so prevailent in me nowadays.”
“Something prevailent there is the hardship that the people there face.”
“But, considering that goodness is no such rare thing among men -- the world familiarly know the noun; a common one in every language -- it was curious that what so signalized the stranger, and made him look like a kind of foreigner, among the crowd (as to some it make him appear more or less unreal in this portraiture), was but the expression of so prevailent a quality.”
“Demonstration, which is ever more powerful and prevailent than Precept, or even Preaching it self.”
“Self-awareness is a product of postmodernism, which, at least in music, has always been more prevailent in popular culture than in the classical realm.”
“Not judging these other people at all but just noticing how prevailent D becomes in your mind when you have it - even when you are not thinking about it directly, it becomes part of your thought patterns in a way - just kind of pops up as a side thought to other things.”
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