Another word for prevailing
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These adjectives denote what exists or is encountered generally at a particular time. Prevailing applies to what is most frequent or common at a certain time or in a certain place: took a poll to find the prevailing opinion. Prevalent suggests widespread existence or occurrence but does not imply predominance: a belief that was prevalent in the Middle Ages. Current often stresses the present time and is frequently applied to what is subject to frequent change: current psychoanalytic theories.
Another word for prevailingadjective
Most generally existing or encountered at a given time:current, predominant, prevalent, regnant, rife, widespread. See specific
Having preeminent significance:ascendant, dominant, predominant, prepotent, regnant, ruling, supreme. See important