Origin of preeminent
Related formspre·em·i·nent·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for preeminent
Ahmet helped found Atlantic Records and establish it as the preeminent label of its day for “artists.”
Although few would have predicted it in 1992, Hillary has become the preeminent symbol of Democratic centrism.Hillary Clinton’s Big Challenges in 2016 Will Come From the Left|Peter Beinart|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He thought it would make people mad, and his preference was to be preeminent in news.
Mikovits submitted the paper to Science, a preeminent scientific journal, where it was peer reviewed.How Research into Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Turned into an Ugly Fight|Casey Schwartz|July 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Iowa caucus-goers are protective of their preeminent place in the nominating process,” says Lowry.
Many of the doctrines which at the latter period were preeminent, in the former were unknown.History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science|John William Draper
In this problem certain factors stand forth as preeminent: ideological movements, military and economic factors, governments.Government in Republican China|Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
He wondered, he said, that it should be opposed by Macclesfield, who had borne so preeminent a part in the Revolution.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
He is wanting in fire and passion, but he is preeminent in scholarly grace and tender, mournful reverie.
To make certainty more sure, two preeminent ones shall, however, be brought to view.Not Paul, But Jesus|Jeremy Bentham