use preponderances in a sentence.
The vast preponderance, as preponderances are often styled, and the scientific community says it's global warming and it's most likely generated by human beings.
Patterns and preponderances do mean something, if not something terribly strong.
But the preponderances have been gone or are killed.
But their efforts and hopes were finally and permanently shattered by the Mohammedan conquest, which put an end to all tribal factions and preponderances by uniting them all into one religious and political kingdom, the Kingdom of Islam.
They are disarming executive patronage and preponderances by putting down one-half the offices of the United States which are no longer necessary.