Sober and muted colors including shades of gray, one described in a local paper as ‘Battleship,’ were prevalent.
The most prevalent cause of crashes now is “loss of control.”
This perception bodes ill for changing the generally negative perceptions of the US now prevalent in much of the Arab world.
Some rides cause a lot of injuries because they are prevalent and popular (wooden roller coasters).
The stress level of college-bound seniors is as prevalent in mid-America as it is on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
It consists in the application of the notions of goblinism as they are prevalent at the time in the group.
Will the good soul be that in which disorder is prevalent, or that in which there is harmony and order?
And another pleasant feature of excitement was added by the prevalent idea that the Prince had seen and heard the row.
The climate is tropical, and malaria, with its fever and ague, is prevalent.
That she was "square-rigged," and generally of the then prevalent style of vessels of her size and class, is altogether probable.
early 15c., "having great power or force," from Latin praevalentem (nominative praevalens) "of superior strength; mighty," present participle of praevalere "to be more able" (see prevail). Meaning "extensively existing, in general use" is from 1650s.