supremacy

[suh-prem-uh-see, soo-]
noun
1.
the state of being supreme.
2.
supreme authority or power.

Origin:
1540–50; supreme1 + -acy

presupremacy, noun
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supremacy (sʊˈprɛməsɪ, sjʊ-)
 
n
1.  supreme power; authority
2.  the quality or condition of being supreme

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Example sentences
The distinctive mark of this century is the supremacy of the labor element.
However, the spiritual particle aspires to establish its supremacy over
  material nature.
For economic supremacy firstly one must attain military supremacy.
Some say that reflects the country's longstanding cultural supremacy in the
  region.
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