Most insta-polls reported Obama the winner, but viewers may have missed his subtle gestures of dominance.
The GOP was foundering so badly, pundits talked in terms of “decades” of Democratic dominance.
Assertions of dominance over the wards, Dr. Edwards, and the other officers are pretty much all she has left.
But, as Douglas Rushkoff reports, they may simply be confirming their enemy's dominance.
Psychologically, the Negro male could not support his normal desire for dominance.
A series of studies is here presented bearing on the question of dominance and its varying potency.
He was the symbol of a race abruptly exalted from inferiority to dominance.
And with that feeling of power and dominance was the ability to inflict pain, horrible, frightful pain.
But that, in their eras of dominance, they were almost as firmly believed in as if they had been proved.
Read vertically they show the degrees of dominance of the various qualities.
dominance dom·i·nance (dŏm'ə-nəns)
The condition or state of being dominant.