preponderantly

preponderant

[pri-pon-der-uhnt]
adjective
superior in weight, force, influence, numbers, etc.; prevailing: a preponderant misconception.

Origin:
1650–60; < Latin praeponderant- (stem of praeponderāns), present participle of praeponderāre to outweigh. See pre-, ponder, -ant

preponderantly, adverb


overpowering, overruling, major, dominant.
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preponderant (prɪˈpɒndərənt)
 
adj
greater in weight, force, influence, etc
 
pre'ponderancy
 
n
 
pre'ponderantly
 
adv

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