verb (used without object), pre·dom·i·nat·ed, pre·dom·i·nat·ing.
verb (used with object), pre·dom·i·nat·ed, pre·dom·i·nat·ing.
Origin of predominate
Synonyms for predominate
Examples from the Web for predominate
Historical Examples of predominate
But this statement is incorrect; sometimes it is the men, but more often the women, who predominate.The Sexual Question
In what passages does her desire to taunt and ridicule Sir Peter predominate?The Ontario High School Reader
On this side of the cañon the bare rock did not predominate.
And for the young Mildmays it was more than natural that the sadness should predominate.Robin Redbreast
Mary Louisa Molesworth
Under these 72 circumstances, it was inevitable that the claims of the man should predominate.The Ordeal of Elizabeth
Elizabeth Von Arnim
Word Origin for predominate
1590s, from Medieval Latin predominatus, past participle of predominare (see predominant). Related: Predominated; predominating; predominatingly.