- The quality or fact of being greater in number, quantity, or importance: the preponderance of women among older people [count noun]: a preponderance of lower-paid jobsMore example sentences
prevalence, predominance, dominancebulk, majority, greater quantity, larger part, best/better part, main part, most, almost all, more than half, mass, weight, (main) body, lion's share, predominance, generalitypredominance, dominance, ascendancy, leadership, mastery, supremacy, control, sway, power; advantage, upper hand, edge• rare paramountcy
- Their apparent preponderance may be due to the fact that they have been the most commonly used corticosteroids.
- This preponderance of Asians, particularly in the vast numbers of Japanese tourists the city attracts, has left its marks on the cuisine.
- He also points to the troubling preponderance of women in teaching: there are now more women than men teaching in our secondary schools.