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Sentence count:118+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-27Updated:2017-03-27
Similar words: dominationincriminatingdominatedisseminatingdiscriminatingpredominatenominationabominationMeaning: ['dɑmɪneɪt /'dɒm]  adj. 1. most powerful or important or influential 2. used of a height or viewpoint 3. offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power. 
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1 At one time he was dominating over the party.
2 He is dominating and active in manner.
3 She certainly was a dominating figure in politics.
4 The Memorial seems almost ugly, dominating the landscape for miles around.
5 Mr Murdoch had been dominating the headlines again.
6 The Piaroa view the arrogant and dominating character, which the Shavante would highly esteem in a mature male, as odious.
7 A dominating defensive player, the 34-year-old Mutombo also has been extremely durable.
8 She thought it majestic, dominating the city without overwhelming it.
9 Dominating such studies has been a tendency to perceive objects as being reflective in a relatively passive sense.
10 In the meantime, new issues were dominating the international agenda, with new possibilities for cooperation between and beyond governments.
11 They wanted to be practical, shrewd, assertive, dominating, competitive, critical, and self-controlled.
12 The basic ideas dominating the educational philosophy of Highlander are two-fold.
13 Disappointing; sweet, rubbery bouquet and a dominating, coarse, fiery spirit with a nasty aftertaste to it.
14 The largest object for miles, dominating the shallow depression which is the valley of the Ancre, is the Thiepval Memorial.
15 During the same time, certain species dominating the initial reef disappeared.
16 Dominating the space between the two front seats are two grey painted wooden vertical wheels with chunky cut-outs around their periphery.
17 The week begun with Dalglish dominating Merseyside once again in the build up for this special occasion.
18 The only thing that keeps Carolina from dominating people is Dean plays 11 guys.
19 However, both the ideas and the practice have changed as experience has accumulated, with two particular issues dominating the debate.
20 They made good progress and some were soon scaling the dominating ridge leading to Chunuk Bair.
21 Certainly if Herrera had any fault it was in not possessing a dominating spirit.
22 Here we publish edited answers to some of the questions that are dominating the current political debate.
23 Worrying about,[] concentrating on and listening to the head noises will make them seem even more prominent and dominating.
24 Tony ate five or six sandwiches at a sitting, his hulking form dominating the counter.
25 Anyone who has used Glasgow Airport can not fail to have noticed the huge domed building dominating Paisley's skyline.
26 Your kitchen will fill with the aroma of the land along the Rio Grande. 1 Cumin is a dominating spice.
27 Users, he says, are not prepared to see Microsoft alone dominating the marketplace, and want to retain a choice.
28 Whatever happens this time, presidential debates have a way of dominating our campaign memories, and occasionally influencing elections.
29 What do Feel think of the dance craze which is currently dominating the singles charts?
30 We are fortunate that the super-power that remains has no instinct or appetite for dominating the world by oppression and force.
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