having hegemony, or dominance: the ruling party's hegemonic control of all facets of society.
- Sometimes heg·e·mon·i·cal .
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How to use hegemonic in a sentence
Taiwan is China’s best target for breaking apart the anti-hegemonic coalition that is the only way we can prevent Beijing from dominating Asia.The U.S. Must Support Ukraine, But China Must Be Our Priority | Elbridge A. Colby | February 28, 2022 | Time
Ikle should have anticipated that when hegemonic powers are compelled to withdraw from hostilities they can’t control, they don’t seek peace so much as what might be called peace with benefits.U.S. Military: We’ll Still Bomb Post-Pullout Afghanistan | Spencer Ackerman | April 22, 2021 | The Daily Beast
But the idea that the United States must maintain its hegemonic status in a unipolar world—on the right, that has staying power.
First of all, it exerts a new level of hegemonic control over users' experiences.
More electives in post-feminist, pre-capitalist, hegemonic, Third World revolution.What Occupy Harvard Should Tell Liberal Elite Parents on Thanksgiving | Lee Siegel | November 20, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST