Definition of preponderantly in US English:

preponderantly

adverb

  • See preponderant

    • ‘When the Third Duma met in late 1907 it had, not surprisingly, a preponderantly right-wing complexion.’
    • ‘Aluminum for packaging is preponderantly in the form of sheet or foil.’
    • ‘Howard's use of paint seems eminently sensuous, as do her colors, which in this show were preponderantly red-hued.’
    • ‘He finds that the National Science Foundation's research awards go preponderantly to fifteen universities.’
    • ‘The English naval forces comprised 34 royal warships and some 170 privately owned ships, preponderantly drawn from East Anglia and Kent.’

Pronunciation

preponderantly

/prēˈpänd(ə)rəntlē/