Examples of supremacy in a Sentence
the Roman empire had supremacy over the entire Mediterranean world
the supremacy of cashmere among wools accounts for its high price
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Trainer Freddie Roach, who guided Manny Pacquiao through his rise to pound-for-pound supremacy, will not work the eight-division world champion’s next fight against Lucas Matthysse on July 15.
The battle for midfield supremacy will, however, be contested primarily between the respective Belgian dynamo of each side.
Saturday, Wellesley at Lincoln-Sudbury, 11 a.m. — The Raiders (3-0) are shooting for South supremacy, but L-S will be a test.
Outlook: After battling for the league title the past two seasons, expect Lutheran/Prairie and Martin Luther to continue their fight for conference supremacy.
The two have been battling it out for audience supremacy.
Across the industry, fashion brands are renewing their focus on denim, betting the wardrobe staple can be a major sales driver as jeans battle stretchy pants for supremacy from the waist down.
The lawsuit argues that the directives are preempted by federal law and thus violate the Constitution’s supremacy clause.
Two months of swirling trade rumors the Brewers would turn around and trade their outfield surplus for a starting pitcher, or at least grab a free-agent starter, to contend with the Chicago Cubs for NL Central supremacy.
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SUPREMACY Defined for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of having more power, authority, or status than anyone else : the state of being supreme
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