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To preponderate
{v} to outweigh, overbalance, overpower, exceed, pass, prevail
preponderance
The greater portion of the weight
preponderance
Excess or superiority of weight, influence, or power, etc.; an outweighing

But even less disgruntled observers have insisted that pain and un-pleasure are more common in dreams than pleasure: for instance, Scholz (1893, 57), Volkelt (1875, 80), and others. Indeed two ladies, Florence Hallam and Sarah Weed (1896, 499), have actually given statistical expression, based on a study of their own dreams, to the preponderance of unpleasure in dreaming.

preponderance
The excess of weight of that part of a cannon behind the trunnions over that in front of them
preponderance
The majority
preponderance
overweight
preponderance
{n} greater weight
preponderance
exceeding in heaviness; having greater weight; "the least preponderance in either pan will unbalance the scale"
preponderance
The quality or state of being preponderant; superiority or excess of weight, influence, or power, etc.; an outweighing
preponderance
an outweighing
preponderance
{i} superiority; supremacy; state of being larger in number; state of being heavier
preponderance
a superiority in numbers or amount; "there is a preponderance of Blacks in our prisons"
preponderance
exceeding in heaviness; having greater weight; "the least preponderance in either pan will unbalance the scale" a superiority in numbers or amount; "there is a preponderance of Blacks in our prisons" superiority in power or influence; "the preponderance of good over evil"; "the preponderance of wealth and power
preponderance
superiority in power or influence; "the preponderance of good over evil"; "the preponderance of wealth and power
preponderance
The quality or state of being preponderant; superiority or excess of weight, influence, or power, etc
preponderance
If there is a preponderance of one type of person or thing in a group, there is more of that type than of any other. a preponderance of bright, middle-class children in one group. Bath, with its preponderance of small businesses
preponderance
superiority in power or influence; "the preponderance of good over evil"; "the preponderance of wealth and power"
preponderance
The excess of weight of that part of a canon behind the trunnions over that in front of them
preponderating
having superior power and influence; "the predominant mood among policy-makers is optimism"
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