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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpreponderantpre‧pon‧de‧rant /prɪˈpɒndərənt $ -ˈpɑːn-/ adjective formal  MAINmain, most important, or most frequentpreponderantly adverb the preponderantly female staff at the factory
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preponderantThere is a preponderant objection: popularity is worthless as an index of quality.Before the war the preponderant output was produced in mass for a prospective demand.Its influence remained preponderant until the tenth century.As a result, I share the preponderant view that shorter sentences are often worse than longer sentences.
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