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Commanding synonyms
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Demonstrating authority; commanding:
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  1. Demonstrating authority; commanding:
  2. Having or arising from authority; official:
  3. Asserting authority; fond of giving orders; dictatorial
Being a species that has the greatest effect within its ecological community, especially by determining the presence, abundance, or type of other species. As a plant community progresses through stages of succession, different species may become dominant for a period until the climax community is reached, at which point the dominant species remains stable until a major disruption occurs. Among animals, the dominant species in a community is generally the top predator or the most abundant or widespread species.
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  1. Being a species that has the greatest effect within its ecological community, especially by determining the presence, abundance, or type of other species. As a plant community progresses through stages of succession, different species may become dominant for a period until the climax community is reached, at which point the dominant species remains stable until a major disruption occurs. Among animals, the dominant species in a community is generally the top predator or the most abundant or widespread species.
  2. Most abundant or conspicuous; predominant:
  3. Tending to be stronger than its counterpart or used for the most important tasks or in the most pressing situations:
Of or pertaining to a dictator
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  1. Of or pertaining to a dictator
  2. In the manner of a dictator, usually with callous disregard for others
  3. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a dictator or dictatorship; autocratic.
Overbearing, arrogant, domineering, etc.
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  1. Overbearing, arrogant, domineering, etc.
  2. (Obsolete) Regal; imperial.
  3. Urgent; pressing:
Having the power of command or control.
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Highest, as in rank or office; foremost
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  1. Highest, as in rank or office; foremost
  2. Most important or influential:
  3. Highest in rank, authority, or office:
(Printing) The spacing between lines, usually measured in points.
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  1. (Printing) The spacing between lines, usually measured in points.
  2. The space between lines of type
  3. The action of one that leads; guidance; direction; leadership
Equipment used to control direction; something used to steer.
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  1. Equipment used to control direction; something used to steer.
Girl Guiding
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Arrangement in a sequence.
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  1. Arrangement in a sequence.
  2. (Uncountable) Making an agreement for later pick up or delivery.
(Uncountable, basketball) An offensive foul in which the player with the ball moves into a stationary defender.
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  1. (Uncountable, basketball) An offensive foul in which the player with the ball moves into a stationary defender.
  2. (Countable) An act or process of charging (as of a battery).
The making of ruled lines
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  1. The making of ruled lines
  2. An order or a decision on a point of law from someone in authority.
  3. An official decision, esp. one made by a court or judge
The act by which something is forbidden; a prohibition.
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  1. The act by which something is forbidden; a prohibition.
That which issues from a source.
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  1. That which issues from a source.
  2. The act by which something is issued.
The situation where something is overruled.
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  1. The situation where something is overruled.
(Informal) A checking account.
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  1. (Informal) A checking account.
  2. (Ice hockey) The act of physically keeping an opposing player in check.
Material for a curb
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  1. Material for a curb
  2. A row of curbstones; the material used to construct such a curb
  3. The damage caused to a wheel or tire by curbing (running the wheel or tire into or over a curb).
(Set theory) A technique used to prove the consistency of certain axioms in set theory. See forcing (mathematics).
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  1. (Set theory) A technique used to prove the consistency of certain axioms in set theory. See forcing (mathematics).
  2. (Photography) An extension in the development time of an underexposed negative in order to bring out detail
  3. (Horticulture) The art of raising plants at an earlier season than is normal, especially by using a hotbed
The act by which someone or something is restrained.
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  1. The act by which someone or something is restrained.
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Having or arising from authority; official:
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  1. Having or arising from authority; official:
  2. Asserting authority; fond of giving orders; dictatorial
  3. Highly accurate or definitive; treated or worthy of treatment as a scholarly authority
Being a species that has the greatest effect within its ecological community, especially by determining the presence, abundance, or type of other species. As a plant community progresses through stages of succession, different species may become dominant for a period until the climax community is reached, at which point the dominant species remains stable until a major disruption occurs. Among animals, the dominant species in a community is generally the top predator or the most abundant or widespread species.
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  1. Being a species that has the greatest effect within its ecological community, especially by determining the presence, abundance, or type of other species. As a plant community progresses through stages of succession, different species may become dominant for a period until the climax community is reached, at which point the dominant species remains stable until a major disruption occurs. Among animals, the dominant species in a community is generally the top predator or the most abundant or widespread species.
  2. Most abundant or conspicuous; predominant:
  3. Tending to be stronger than its counterpart or used for the most important tasks or in the most pressing situations:
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  1. Appropriate for, or suitable to, a lord.
  2. Proud; haughty; imperious; insolent.
  3. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a lord.
Having or showing the ability of a master; expert; skillful; masterly
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  1. Having or showing the ability of a master; expert; skillful; masterly
  2. Having or showing the qualities of a master vis-a-vis a dependent or subordinate; authoritative; domineering.
  3. Acting or capable of acting as a master or leader, especially in being domineering or imperious:
Characterized by the obsessive need to control the actions of others
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  1. Characterized by the obsessive need to control the actions of others
  2. Having control over a person or thing.
Being an animal that occupies the highest position in a social hierarchy and has the greatest access to resources such as food and a mate or mates. Social dominance is gained and maintained through factors such as size and aggressiveness.
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  1. Being an animal that occupies the highest position in a social hierarchy and has the greatest access to resources such as food and a mate or mates. Social dominance is gained and maintained through factors such as size and aggressiveness.
  2. Tending to be stronger than its counterpart or used for the most important tasks or in the most pressing situations:
  3. Exercising authority or influence; dominating; ruling; prevailing
Ranking higher than any other, as in power or importance; chief; supreme
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  1. Ranking higher than any other, as in power or importance; chief; supreme
  2. Highest in rank, power, or authority:
  1. Preponderating; outweighing; overbalancing.
  2. Having superior force, importance, or influence:
  3. That preponderates; greater in amount, weight, power, influence, importance, etc.; predominant
Widespread; prevalent.
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  1. Widespread; prevalent.
  2. Of greatest power; predominant
  3. Predominant.
Currently ruling or holding a position.
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  1. Currently ruling or holding a position.
Predominant:
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  1. Predominant:
  2. Governing
  3. That rules; predominant; chief; reigning; controlling.
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