Dominion [noun]

Definition of Dominion:

area of rule; authority

Opposite/Antonyms of Dominion:

Sentence/Example of Dominion:

Her dominion — what the podcast “Dolly Parton’s America” likes to call the “Dollyverse” — spans genres, generations and continents.

It might have been wise for Huxley to hold on to one particular element of the Biblical account—its recognition of human dominion.

According to Genesis, man held dominion over the rest of Creation.

“Doctrine”—the Monroe doctrine declared that no foreign power should acquire additional dominion in America.

O Lord our God, other lords besides thee have had dominion over us, only in thee let us remember thy name.

In the Dominion it is invariably obtained from hard rock somewhat difficult to work.

O Lord our God, other lords beside thee have had dominion over us; but by thee only will we make mention of thy name.

Speaking generally, the Dominion railways are highly efficient and serve their purpose well.

Col. Moore, a veteran politician of the Old Dominion, was a most pleasant and affable gentleman, and a great lisper withal.

Their dominion was an Utopia; and had it been possible to shut out every European and every wild Indian, it might have lasted.