- dominant trait,
- dominant wavelength,
- domine, dirige nos
Origin of domination
Examples from the Web for domination
Local pushback against ISIS domination in these areas to bring a power sharing arrangement, seems ever more remote.
Haters back then called it “mosque madness” and “Islamic domination and expansionism.”
In all these episodes, Moscow was confronted with popular, democratic revolutions against its domination.
A year after the domination of “Gangnam Style,” Psy once again tops the YouTube charts.2013’s Most-Watched Music Videos: Psy, Miley Cyrus & More (WATCH)|Kevin Fallon|December 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ron Burgundy continues his domination of all things media with this amazing six minute track.Tila Tequila Proclaims Her Love of Hitler, Ron Burgundy and Robin Thicke Team Up For a Single|Culture Team|December 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And in speaking of domination, I do not mean the domination of the tiger.Tragic Sense Of Life|Miguel de Unamuno
The domination of habit and transmitted dogmatism is growing continually weaker, fading away in churches and colleges.
There was no possibility now of home rule under Spanish domination.Cuba|Arthur D. Hall
When his high-handed behavior resulted in a factional split, she sided with those who rejected his domination.Emma Goldman|Charles A. Madison
Here at last the domination of the law is for the first time complete.The Ego and His Own|Max Stirner
late 14c., "rule, control," from Old French dominacion (12c.) "domination, rule, power," from Latin dominationem (nominative dominatio), noun of action from past participle stem of dominari "to rule, have dominion over," from dominus "lord, master," literally "master of the house," from domus "home" (see domestic) + -nus, suffix denoting ownership or relation. Sexual sense by 1961.