Prevalent

Antonyms of PREVALENT

Examples of usage:

  1. Moreover, even where it is not, the authors were usually more influenced by certain prevalent styles or forms than by anything else. "A Short History of French Literature" by George Saintsbury
  2. By the end of June, the soil will have become so fixed that, with a partial sod of weeds, the fruit may hang over, or even rest upon it, without being splashed by the heavy rains then prevalent. "Success With Small Fruits" by E. P. Roe
  3. Save for the footsteps of men whom she could not see, the prevalent noises were caused only by wind and sleet. "The Captain of the Kansas" by Louis Tracy

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