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Representation has preponderated in the medium to such an extent that its hold has seemed complete.
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legal Definition of preponderate
- the evidence either was evenly balanced or preponderated in favor of the state
- —Weston v. State, 682 P.2d 1119 (1984)
- such evidence preponderates against the board's decision
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