OTHER WORDS FROM dominancenon·dom·i·nance, nounself-dom·i·nance, noun
How to use dominance in a sentence
True, the war was lost so far as any hope of winning European dominancy was concerned.G. H. Q.|Frank Fox
There could be no greater proof of the dominancy of Mr. Cowen's mind, than his establishment and devotion to the Chronicle.Bygones Worth Remembering, Vol. 2 (of 2)|George Jacob Holyoake
The dominancy of heredity in these patterns is sometimes very striking.Science and the Criminal|C. Ainsworth Mitchell
The centers of exchange, distribution and commerce, located in great cities, will gradually lose their dominancy.
They believe that wealth is a power which can raise the wealthy few to the dominancy of a privileged class.