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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsupremacysu‧prem‧a‧cy /sʊˈpreməsi, sjuː- $ sʊ-, suː-/ noun [uncountable]  HIGH POSITION OR RANKthe position in which you are more powerful or advanced than anyone else Japan’s unchallenged supremacy in the field of electronics white supremacist
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supremacyThe three scents clashed deliciously and fought for supremacy in the hot steamy room.Surprise fought for supremacy over sheer relief, the final result hardly strong enough to chase away the last vestiges of fear.Cicadas churn strenuously in the grasses, fighting the wind for supremacy of the airwaves.T R S Allan suggests that political concepts should inform judicial decisions about the precise meaning of supremacy.Knightly warfare, if it no longer enjoyed the supremacy of past centuries, was far from dead.The idea of the separation of powers also seems to influence Dicey's belief that Parliamentary sovereignty favours the supremacy of law.Another long-simmering problem has been hateful acts committed by youths in the name of white supremacy.Do we really want to be included in an industry as committed to white supremacy as Hollywood?
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