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Dominance

ˈdɒmɪnəns

Meanings of Dominance:

noun

Power and influence over others.

Usage examples:

The worldwide dominance of hollywood

Meanings of Dominant:

adjective

Having power and influence over others.

Usage examples:

They are now in an even more dominant position in the market
noun

A dominant trait or gene.

Usage examples:

This disorder is inherited as a dominant

Dominantly

ˈdɒm.ɪ.nənt.li

Meanings of Dominantly:

adverb

In a way that is more important, strong, or noticeable than anything else of the same type

Usage examples:

She uses dominantly blue and grey tones in her paintings., the storytelling is accompanied by sound…

Dominate

ˈdɒm.ɪ.neɪt

Meanings of Dominate:

verb

Have power and influence over.

Usage examples:

The company dominates the market for operating system software

Dominated

ˈdɒm.ɪ.neɪt

Meanings of Dominated:

verb

Have power and influence over.

Usage examples:

The company dominates the market for operating system software

Dominates

ˈdɒm.ɪ.neɪt

Meanings of Dominates:

verb

Have power and influence over.

Usage examples:

The company dominates the market for operating system software

Meanings of Dominating:

verb

Have power and influence over.

Usage examples:

The company dominates the market for operating system software
adjective

Being the largest, most important, most noticeable, or the best person or thing

Usage examples:

The other dominating issue is mps' expenses., in the third set, nadal was quickly back to his domin…

Domination

ˌdɒm.ɪˈneɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Domination:

noun

The exercise of power or influence over someone or something, or the state of being so controlled.

Usage examples:

The imperial domination of india

Dominations

dɒmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Dominations:

noun

The exercise of power or influence over someone or something, or the state of being so controlled.

Usage examples:

The imperial domination of india

Meanings of Dominee:

noun

A minister of the dutch reformed church.

Usage examples:

He and his siblings grew up there in humble circumstances - with their father as the dominee minist…

Domineer

ˌdɒmɪˈnɪə

Meanings of Domineer:

verb

Assert one's will over another in an arrogant way.

Usage examples:

She doesn't domineer, preferring to lead by inspiration rather than by intimidation

Domineered

ˌdɒmɪˈnɪə

Meanings of Domineered:

verb

Assert one's will over another in an arrogant way.

Usage examples:

She doesn't domineer, preferring to lead by inspiration rather than by intimidation

Meanings of Domineering:

adjective

Asserting one's will over another in an arrogant way.

Usage examples:

How can i do my job with a domineering boss yelling in my ear?
verb

Assert one's will over another in an arrogant way.

Usage examples:

She doesn't domineer, preferring to lead by inspiration rather than by intimidation

Meanings of Domineeringly:

adverb

In a way that tries to control other people without thinking about their feelings

Usage examples:

He domineeringly cleared the room of people and locked the door., she domineeringly dismissed all t…

Meanings of Domineers:

verb

Assert one's will over another in an arrogant way.

Usage examples:

She doesn't domineer, preferring to lead by inspiration rather than by intimidation

Meanings of Doming:

noun

The state of being rounded into a dome or a dome-like shape.

Usage examples:

The doming of the skull

Domini

ˌæn.əʊˈdɒm.ɪ.naɪ

Meanings of Domini:

noun

A latin phrase meaning "in the year of the lord", the full form of the abbreviation ad, which is used when referring to a year after jesus christ was born

Usage examples:

He was a champion and he refused to be beaten by anno domini.

Meanings of Dominica:

proper noun

A mountainous island in the caribbean, the loftiest of the lesser antilles and the northernmost and largest of the windward islands; population 73,000 (estimated 2015); languages, english (official), creole; capital, roseau. the island came into british possession at the end of the 18th century, becoming an independent republic within the commonwealth in 1978.

noun

An island country in the caribbean

Dominical

dəˈmɪnɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Dominical:

adjective

Of sunday as the lord's day.

Usage examples:

As to the other dominical sacrament, the role of baptism in justification is that it removes origin…

Meanings of Dominicans:

noun

A member of the roman catholic order of preaching friars founded by st dominic, or of a religious order for women founded on similar principles.

Usage examples:

Orders of monks and nuns multiplied over the years: benedictines, dominicans, cistercians, augustin…
adjective

Relating to st dominic or the dominicans.

Usage examples:

Mary catharine is a cloistered dominican nun of the monastery of our lady of the rosary, summit, ne…

Dominie

ˈdɒmɪni

Meanings of Dominie:

noun

A schoolmaster.

Usage examples:

It is a sound reaching back to the farthest recesses of his throat, to an etonian schooling in the …

Meanings of Dominies:

noun

A schoolmaster.

Usage examples:

It is a sound reaching back to the farthest recesses of his throat, to an etonian schooling in the …

Meanings of Dominion:

noun

Sovereignty or control.

Usage examples:

Man's attempt to establish dominion over nature

Dominions

dəˈmɪn.jən

Meanings of Dominions:

noun

Sovereignty or control.

Usage examples:

Man's attempt to establish dominion over nature

Dominium

dəˈmɪnɪəm

Meanings of Dominium:

noun

Ownership and control of property.

Usage examples:

So there has never been, in the common law, an absolutist, legal concept of human mastery over land…

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