Definition of Preponderately

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preponderately

prepollence
prepollent
prepolymer
prepolymers
preponder
preponderance
preponderance of evidence
preponderance of the evidence
preponderances
preponderancies
preponderancy
preponderant
preponderantly
preponderate
preponderated
preponderately (current term)
preponderates
preponderating
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preponderation
preponderations
preponderence
prepone
preponed
preponement
prepones
preponing
prepopulate
prepopulated
prepopulates

Literary usage of Preponderately

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1. The College and New America by Jay William Hudson (1920)
"Further than this, the educator should freely recognize that, while every study possesses these two functions, some subjects preponderately serve one rather ..."

2. The College and New America by Jay William Hudson (1920)
"Further than this, the educator should freely recognize that, while every study possesses these two functions, some subjects preponderately serve one rather ..."

3. The College and New America by Jay William Hudson (1920)
"Further than this, the educator should freely recognize that, while every study possesses these two functions, some subjects preponderately serve one rather ..."

4. Science of Theocratic Democracy by Du Bois Henry Loux (1920)
"... of the annual income of the society preponderately to a few individuals of the society, and in such way that many other billions of the annual income of ..."

5. Bulletin of the International Labour Office by International Labour Office (1916)
"For the purposes of the Act, duties oi a preponderately intellectual character are to include, especially, employment in education or instruction ..."

6. The Interpretation of dreams by Sigmund Freud (1913)
"Besides those symbols, which are just "8 frequent for the male as for the female genitals, there are hers which preponderately, or almost exclusively, ..."

7. A History of Modern Philosophy: A Sketch of the History of Philosophy from by Harald Høffding (1908)
"For, in that case, it would have been a purely scientific movement, a preponderately receptive process. The practical discovery of human nature offered, ..."

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