Definition of dominant:
controlling, imperious, primary, overmastering, supreme, perceptible, bossy, first, prevalent, cross-fertilization, important, apparent, central, domineering, dominative, show up, premier, visible, prepotent, identifiable, prior, capital, manifest, main, numero uno, preeminent, great, cloning, primal, plethoric, retiring, masterful, preponderant, reigning, plain, overriding, regnant, noticeable, overbearing, distinct, chromosome, rife, deoxyribonucleic acid, submissive, key, cross, over, possessive, principal, autocratic, assertive, ascendent, obvious, aggressive, powerful, highest, demonstrative, in charge, predominant, greatest, prevailing, clone, paramount, dominating, authoritative, carrier, big, arch, grand, imperative, ascendant, preponderating, lordly, governing, number one, despotic, cardinal, carry, dominant allele, superior, cross-fertilize, predominate, sovereign, overabundant, strong.
- average (part of speech: adjective)
- powerful (part of speech: adjective)
superior (part of speech: adjective)
- important (part of speech: adjective)
- "Ways of Nature", John Burroughs.
If she could only get her arms about his neck she could win and hold him, and, what was far more important, she could conquer herself, for great as she knew her love to be, she was fully aware of the hold her ambition had upon her and she dreaded lest that influence should become dominant in this hour.- "The Doctor A Tale Of The Rockies", Ralph Connor.
- "Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I", Herbert Spencer.