Use the noun predominance to describe whatever is most noticeable, like the predominance of a gigantic television screen in a small living room.

When you notice that the word dominance makes up a big chunk of predominance, it won’t surprise you to learn that predominance is used to say that something exerts a strong influence and dominates. Sometimes that influence comes because of sheer numbers, such as a predominance of women in the teaching profession, but it can also result from superior power, such as a nation’s military predominance.

Definitions of predominance

n the quality of being more noticeable than anything else

Type of:
noticeability, noticeableness, obviousness, patency
the property of being easy to see and understand

n the state of being predominant over others

predomination, prepotency
Type of:
ascendance, ascendancy, ascendence, ascendency, control, dominance
the state that exists when one person or group has power over another

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