Definition of Preponderated
1. preponderate [v] - See also: preponderate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Preponderated
Literary usage of Preponderated
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1911)
"... though in him the pietistic-Biblical element preponderated. This last was not the case with Karl Immanuel Nitzsch (qv), whose sermons, ..."
2. The Lives of John Selden, Esq., and Archbishop Usher: With Notices of the by John Aikin (1812)
"... that the balance plainly preponderated against it, they complained to the king. James, who had a divine right of his own to maintain, and a great point ..."
3. The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K. G., and His Times by Alexander Charles Ewald (1882)
"... though in the balance the favour of the former preponderated. His political creed on this occasion has been called unintelligible, yet it was both lucid ..."
4. The Revisers and the Greek Text of the New Testament by Charles John Ellicott, Edwin Palmer (1882)
"... preponderated ? They all knew, as we said above, that this was no mere arithmetical problem. It could not be settled by counting the Manuscripts or ..."
5. Guardian Spirits: A Case of Vision Into the Spiritual World, Tr. from the by Heinrich Werner (1847)
"Your influence greatly preponderated to-day, and swallowed up, as it were, that of the magnet. (A pause.) Now I awake. Farewell, my Albert! ..."