Definition Of prepotent

noun

greater than others in power or influence.

Frankly, the prepotent title he goes under isn't enough to lend his argument any legitimacy.

Example Of prepotent

  • Frankly, the prepotent title he goes under isn't enough to lend his argument any legitimacy.

  • It seems obvious that these animals are trapped by strong instinctive behaviors, and clearly we have here a demonstration of the prepotency of such behavior patterns over those which have been conditioned.

  • My observations have been that stud fee is usually a fixed number (in my experience about 50% of a typical pet puppy, although it may approach 100% for popular, prepotent sires.

  • Prior to February 2000, there were three different and competing staff organizations that could claim prepotency in Korea.

  • The Cleveland Bay's accomplishments and their prepotency prompted their use as foundation stock or improvement sires for other breeds.


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