Definition of dominantly in English:

dominantly

adverb

  • See dominant

    • ‘Weekly staff meetings are dominantly developmental in focus.’
    • ‘So, what makes up the polls that have emerged so dominantly in the media coverage of elections?’
    • ‘The reason the farmers appear so dominantly in our observations is 70 per cent of the water that's used in Australia is in rural areas.’
    • ‘Its brightly coloured domes, apparently built to resemble St Basil's in Moscow, are unusual for a city of dominantly European architecture and are therefore a striking landmark.’
    • ‘They had dominantly held the market in the palm of their hand for 5 years.’