preponderate

[v] - weigh more heavily
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Preponderate

Pre·pon'der·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Preponderated ; present participle & verbal noun Preponderating .] [ Latin praeponderatus , past participle of praeponderare ; prae before + pondera...
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preponderate

1. To outweigh; to overpower by weight; to exceed in weight; to overbalance. 'An inconsiderable weight, by distance from the center of the balance, will preponderate greater magnitudes.' (Glanvill) ... 2. To overpower by stronger or moral power. ... 3. To cause to prefer; to incline; to decide. 'The desire to spare Christian blood preponderates him...
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Preponderate

• (v. i.) To exceed in weight; hence, to incline or descend, as the scale of a balance; figuratively, to exceed in influence, power, etc.; hence; to incline to one side; as, the affirmative side preponderated. • (v. t.) To cause to prefer; to incline; to decide. • (v. t.) To outweigh; to overpower by weight; to exceed in weight; to o...
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preponderate

preponderate Related before-word units: ante-; antero-; anti-; pro-. Related 'time' units: aevum, evum; archaeo-, archeo-; Calendars; chrono-; horo-; Quotes: Time; tempo-.
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