Until he was beaten he was dominator, arbiter, and despot, if he chose to be.
My creature, viz., a particular expression of will, would have become my dominator.
He was tender and he was happy, but he was, after all, the dominator.
Had he not been the very monk he was, he would not have been the dominator of men and situations that he proved himself to be.
Verse is no dominator over the poet, except inasmuch as the bond is reciprocal, and the poet dominates over the verse.
She, on the contrary, only found in Musset a child, and what she was seeking was a dominator.