They fought much and prevalently; galloped desperately to and fro, ever on the alert.
The nose is prevalently long and of medium breadth, its proportions being practically identical with those of the modern English.
The cone resembles that of P. excelsa, but is prevalently much shorter and with a relatively shorter peduncle.
Thus several species of the prevalently arctic and antarctic family Enchytraeidae are shore living.
Certainly the habit of hope therein set forth is as prevalently sweeping among savages as among civilised folk.
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.