use predominate in a sentence.
I think when windows xp was the predominate install.
The malls aren't for you, they're for people--predominately women--who shop recreationally.
My comment was predominately directed to the bit about adding a random number of seconds.
This will create the implicit goal of "reproducing," and "not dying," since programs that fit those traits will predominate.
Yes, I'm planning on doing business in the US, predominately in smaller, more affluent communities in coastal Florida.
If SaaS ever becomes the predominate way of deploying applications, just about everything with a closed set of data will be "embarrassingly parallel".
Value Villages are predominately Canadian.
So you're saying that the amount of sex that takes place in colleges occurs predominately in the girl's dormroom, as opposed to the boy's?
I'm completely OK with a predominately female group being told men would be there serving drinks?
And if someone trustworthy has verified the animal-friendliness, because otherwise sham self-certification by factory farms is sure to predominate.
I think the title is a bit misleading as the article is predominately about the robot being used as humanitarian aid in disaster areas.
And yet, is-a and has-a relationships predominate natural language.
That'd be great if all the people in the UK actually lived in the predominately Southern areas Byron has stores.
If having a predominately male crowd at a hackathon is a bad thing, doesn't it also follow that having a predominately female crowd is bad as well?
There is a lot more demand than supply in that direction, so scams predominate.